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The La Jolla Cove
Is this not The Jewel of La Jolla? The Cove in all its glory!
Eucalyptus Above La Jolla
Gorgeous sunset glistening through the trees.
La Jolla Sea Caves
Stunning cliffs and caves just a few strokes of the kayak paddle from the Cove.
Don Bravo Grill and Cantina
A Bird Rock authentic Mexican Restaurant just off the Pacific Ocean.
Remember when the rocks weren't FILLED with sea lions? Here is a beautiful reminder!
La Jolla Presbyterian Church
A beautiful Spanish-style church.
La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club
Beach goers enjoying themselves in front of the beach and tennis club.
Osteria Romantica Italian Restaurant
Romantic La Jolla Shores restaurant along Avenida de la Playa.
A beautiful beach with its signature shack to shade the surfers from the sun.
Scripps Park Tree
Wind blown tree at Scripps Park near the shore.
Impressionistic La Jolla Shores
Serene panoramic view of La Jolla Shores Beach.
Cove in December
La Jolla Cove in the wintertime.
Along Scripps Park
Boardwalk along the shore with green belvedere and the Torrey Pines cliffs in the background.
Harry's Coffee Shop
Lively locals eatery where they catch up on what's new.
Winding Down La Jolla Shores Drive
The panoramic views as you make your way through UCSD from Torrey Pines Road towards La Jolla Shores.
Across from the Scripps Inn and the historic "pink house" is the Wedding Bowl in Cuvier Park.
Dramatic rocky shoreline of La Jolla.
La Jolla Shores Beach Palms
Surfers view looking back towards the beach.
Children's Pool Seals
Beautiful jewel-like water with seals basking on beach.
Steps to Casa Beach
Rocky shoreline with belvedere lookout above the dramatic cliffs.
La Jolla Shores Hotel and Boardwalk
View looking north down the boardwalk from Avenida de la Playa.
Glistening Sea at La Jolla Coast
The quiet time when most people are still sleeping.
The coveted 939 building and Casa Manaña overlooking the Children's Pool.
La Jolla Caves
Sea Caves located between the Cove and La Jolla Shores were kayak tours like to go.
Brockton Villa at the Cove
Beach view of the La Jolla Cove looking towards the Brockton Villa and a beautiful coast walk.
La Valencia View From Scripps Park
Landmark luxury La Valencia Hotel framed nicely with trees in Scripps Park.
A coveted location for La Jolla weddings that is just down from the Children's Pool along the Pacific Ocean.
A favorite beach of snorkelers, sea lions, and swimmers...and sea lions!
Along the Pacific Ocean
Casa Manaña and the Children's Pool off in the distance in this painting set at the beach.
St. James by-the-Sea
An active faith community that began in La Jolla in 1907.
La Valencia Hotel
Old world luxury hotel that sits high above the La Jolla Cove cliffs.
Casa Manaña From Cuvier Park
Painted from above the Wedding Bowl looking towards Casa Mañana.
Old gem of a painting in illustrative style depicting Cave Street from the Cave Store parking lot.
Green Hut Along La Jolla Coast
Standing on Shell Beach looking towards the Children's Pool.
Looking Up Cave Street
Shadows lurking across Cave Street on a bright sunny day.
Coastline at Windansea Beach with the surfers shack off in the distance.
Shops and restaurants line this street, not to mention the historic La Valencia Hotel.
Enjoying all that this beach offers.
Just like a jewel on this particular day.
La Jolla Coastline
Looking towards the coveted 939 building along the coast of La Jolla.
South Boomer Beach
Some folks stay sheltered in the green hut and others venture down to the beach.
San Diego Landmarks
Sepia-tone image that contains the most popular San Diego landmarks with captions. Available as b/w or without text upon request.