A Photography Weekend on Coronado Island (San Diego), CA

Night reflection of downtown San Diego from Coronado Island

Night reflection of downtown San Diego from Coronado Island

Mary and I spent a long weekend on Coronado Island in February.  We stayed at the Marriott which is right on the bay where there is a fun and easy walk to the Ferry Landing.  We made a trip to the Midway Aircraft Carrier museum and to Balboa Park.  With the Hotel del Coronado just down the street there is plenty see and do:

Walking along the boardwalk near the Ferry Landing has an infinite number of subjects and compositions.  Seeing sailboats and other ships was pretty fun for Mary’s father.

Walk along the bay

Walk along the bay

The Result

The Result

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We had a great dinner at the Hotel del Coronado.

Hotel del sunset

Hotel del Coronado sunset

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We had a terrific time walking through the Balboa Park Cactus Garden

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Finally, we visited the historic aircraft carrier, Midway.

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There is a lot to do and photograph in downtown San Diego.  Here are a few of our other blogs about San Diego – San Diego SkylineSan Diego, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, and the Mission in Oceanside.

Go to www.pamphotography.com to see (and buy) more of our photos.

 

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4 thoughts on “A Photography Weekend on Coronado Island (San Diego), CA

  1. Hi folks, your hotel sunset view looks like a scene from the Greek islands. Never considered shooting cactus in b/w, interesting.

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