We were intending to go to Victoria Beach in Laguna Beach because it has it this old castle tower that is quite beautiful, and not very Californiaish. I guess it does suit a name like Victoria Beach though. We drove 2 miles further by mistake, and landed up in the regular Laguna Beach, which happened to make for a pleasant time anyway. The sky was also very grey, but there was just a thin line of a golden hue from the sunset, which was quite amazing. What really had me in awe was the color of the water, I never knew that Southern California had beaches with such a pure and clear blue-green color. I always thought I’d have to go to Hawaii for that, and I assume Hawaii’s beaches are much better than this, but hey, I’ll take what I can get and be super happy!
We got there and were lucky that there was parking right across from the pier. Less walking, more picture snapping. Yup!
We parked across on the street though, not in here.
What an interesting idea, a playground on a beach. Don’t recall seeing that before.
I like empty benches. I really like empty benches. I don’t have anything against people sitting in them. But it’s fun taking pictures of empty benches. Please don’t certify me as crazy. Please.
I’m trying to figure out why there’s a lock there and no bike. Unless the bike was invisible. Hmm..
My favorite part about Corona del Mar, and which is why I saved it for last. Actually, second to last. I promise, this is almost over, and then something new! I’m in love with the rocks at this beach though. Not a lot of the beaches have rocks, where I’m at, and seeing the water make a splash as the waves crash against the rocks is so much fun.