One of the best and free things to do in the west coast is to watch the breathtaking sunsets in California. They’ll never fail to amaze every sunset lovers. While in San Francisco, I’ve only got to see it once from a distance. In Los Angeles, sunsets are fabulous backdrop of those tall, thin palm trees that are as ubiquitous as surfers in the beach. In San Diego, I had the chance to see the golden sun gone beyond the horizon of the Pacific Ocean—leaving me speechless, if not hopelessly wishing for romance.
As they say, “some of the best things in life are free.” Sunsets have always been free even before men and women were created. 🙂
At the end of the day, it’s a relief to bury your feet in the sand, listen to the ebbing tides, watch the surfers chasing waves and kiss the mighty sun goodbye. That, my friends, why life is better at the beach.
No filter in these photos.
A surfer walks on the shore after surfing at Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California
A surfer is getting ready to chase waves of the Pacific Ocean at Venice Beach.
Long Beach sunset is as equally breathtaking as the rest of the Pacific west coast.
A lifeguard carefully scans the ocean for any sign of help.
The boardwalk at Mission Beach is a good place for hot guy-watching at sunset. Tens of shirtless, buffed, muscled and toned men strut their god-like, tanned body for us to enjoy. 🙂
The Breathtaking Sunset at Ocean Beach in San Diego is a good way to end your weary day.
A rescue surfboard lies on the sand, perhaps, enjoying the sunset, too.
When the sun is almost hiding behind the calm ocean, the more stunning it is before you. (Ocean Beach, San Diego, California)
A family is enjoying a camp fire at Ocean Beach after the sunset.
The Sunset at the Pacific Beach in San Diego is one you would never forget.
Pacific Beach Sunset in San Diego, California
The best things in life are free. Like this sunset.
The Breathtaking Sunsets in California (Pacific Beach, San Diego)
The Breathtaking Sunsets in California (Pacific Beach Sunset in San Diego)
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That’s my San Diego for you! Hope you had fun here!