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Pacific Beach Fine Art Landscape Photography

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LA JOLLA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS | LA JOLLA ARTS FESTIVAL
June 20-21, 2015 (This weekend) This is a #tbt post. I wont be exhibiting this weekend but here's a link to more information.
When all was said and done, I sold over to $20k in fine art photography during this 2-day event back in 2006. Almost every fine art piece featured was 20x30 inches or larger... some were over 6 feet in size! It was a great event and one of my highest grossing shows ever. For more information and images, visit my website at www.SanDiegoArtGallery.com or visit: www.lajollaartfestival.org
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Fine Art Landscape Photography | Windansea Beach, La Jolla, CA
"Surf Shack" | San Diego Seascape Photos and Images
© 2015 David Christopher | All rights reserved.
www.SanDiegoArtGallery.com

More images and information on FB
facebook.com/davidchristopherfineartphotography
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San Diego Landscape Photography | Balboa Park
"Reflections" | Balboa Park Photos and Images
Image#: 1001 | Limited Edition
© 2004 David Christopher | All rights reserved.
www.SanDiegoArtGallery.com
This image was captured using slide film just over ten years ago and remains one of my most popular images of San Diego. After days of rain, I arrived before sunrise to a full reflection pond and absolutely no visitors....except one. The tall crane in the rear right of the pond photo-bombed my shot and nearly ruined my perfect reflection when it decided to go for a dip and look for some food. I quickly fired 3 shots, framing each one slightly different. Before long the ripples in the water had traveled enough to change the glass like surface of the water. Seconds later, a maintenance truck pulled up on the far side of the pond and parked. Had the crane (bird) not jumped in, I may not have started shooting and with a truck in the background, this image may have never happened.
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