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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Cabrillo Monument & Point Loma Lighthouse - San Diego DSLR Photo Group November Group Shoot

For this month's Group Shoot we met at the Cabrillo Monument at the end of Point Loma, site of the Point Loma Lighthouse and some great views of San Diego Bay. It was clear and sunny, with bright blue skies.

There is a little spiral staircase that leads to the top of the Lighthouse.

There is quite a view of San Diego from the end of Point Loma.

Lunch was not all that photogenic, but the iced tea had some potential.

After lunch I wandered around the Liberty Station area. This is the former Naval Training Center that has been restored and converted to retail, office, residential and park space. They've done a nice job with it, especially in restoring the old historical buildings.

Some of the buildings are still in their original state and are yet to be restored, most likely a result of the economy and lack of office and retail tenants.

Click here to see more images from Point Loma and the Cabrillo National Monument.

Click here to see more images from the former Naval Training Center San Diego and Liberty Station.

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