Updated: Dec 9, 2021
We will post pictures from time to time of beautiful San Diego. If you have never toured here you may enjoy our photos. If you have visited or maybe live here, we will share with you some area you might want to visit and photograph.
This photo is very familiar with most San Diegans, it's a photo of Bob Hope entertaining the troops with the MidWay aircraft carrier in the back ground.
Bob Hope’s best audiences were servicemen and women stationed far from home at military bases in the U.S. and abroad. Beginning in May 1941 and continuing for nearly fifty years, Hope brought his variety show to military camps and war zones to entertain troops with song, dance, comedy, attractive women, and people in the news.
Speaking of the Midway Air Carft carrier here is one side. It is open for touring as Covid numbers are low in San Diego November 2021.
"The Kiss" is easily one of the most celebrated and contested photos in America's historical album. Taken by Life magazine photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt on Aug. 14, 1945, the iconic shot of a young sailor kissing a nurse all in white in the middle of Times Square captured the nation's collective relief and elation on the day Japan's surrender ended World War II.
A couple of sea birds enjoying watching people on an early morning over cast day in beautiful La Jolla on the path to Shelter Cove. Wonder what they are thinking?