Seal Beach Pier: The End

It irks me that the trash can at the back had to be there. But I'll get another chance with another iron bench on another day. Maybe.

It's facing the wrong way. Does that mean the water is staring at me? *gasp*

The lifeguard tower. Of course. I had to.

Ahh, California Washintonian Palm Trees, prettier in picture sometimes than they are in person.

Seal Beach Pier: The Fishermen

I love the last picture the best.  Families spending quality time together, whether snapping pictures or snapping up some fish, it’s so awesome.  Except for the part that I don’t really like fish, and would much they stayed in the waters and get eaten up by a shark instead of land up on my plate.  But it’s all good.

Seal Beach Pier: The Feathered Creatures

Too lazy to fly to the top of the fence?

One foot forward

Ah, the posing pigeon, aware of our camera and aware of it prettiness.

Seal Beach Pier: Old Age


I had a little bit of a pleasant surprise when I got to the pier and saw that it was wooden.  What is cooler than a wooden pier?!  Actually, don’t answer that, I’m sure that even I could name cooler stuff, but that’s really besides the point.  Even funner is when the planks start to creak as you walk.  For reals. Yikes.

Seal Beach Pier: Entry

With me giving the usual “I duno” to my sister’s “where do you want to go today?” she decided we’d go to the Seal Beach Pier.


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.