San Diego County has some great beaches.
Coronado Beach was voted the #1 beach in the United States in 2012, and Blacks Beach is one of the world’s largest naturist beaches (a naturist beach is where people are allowed to wear only their birthday suits).
There also are some areas of the coastline that are inaccessible to all but the bravest of the brave (some would say stupidest of the stupid), comprising sandstone bluffs and high, steep cliffs.
One such area is Sunset Cliffs where the sandstone bluffs slowly are eroding away from the constant pounding of the waves.
If there’s a low tide, you can often see sandstone arches like this one:
That arch is surrounded by a fence and is just feet away from a well-used road and multi-million-dollar homes. Eventually it will collapse, possibly taking parts of a road and home with it.
Another arch I saw was this one:
I wanted to get closer to that arch but that’s one of those stupidest-of-the-stupid areas in my humble opinion. However, I was up to the task. I held my camera up to my eye and zoomed in on the arch:
I still wanted to get closer, though, and with some nimbleness in plopping my butt in the office chair and magically touching some of the keys on the keyboard, when I zoomed in, I made a startling discovery. There are two arches!
The discoveries one can make by using Photoshop. My discovery made me feel like Christopher Columbus when he discovered the New World……………..well, maybe not, but I still had fun!
Here’s looking at you! (Let’s see if anyone understands…………….)
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