Recently, there have been several spotting of killer whales gracing the coastal regions in Southern California. Whales have been known to roam in the southern Pacific certain times of the year. I’ve also seen several local news outlets capturing video of these majestic animals and their calves as they search for food in these waters. So, of course, seeing this inspired me to go out on a little adventure and do some of my own searching. I hopped in the car and cruised my way over to La Jolla, California.
La Jolla, California is a quintessential smaller coastal community located in San Diego County. It might be one of the most beautiful beach towns I’ve ever seen.
I have perused around this quaint community several years ago, but I was too focused on this short road trip to browse around the shops and boutiques again. I was in search of whales and surfers, since it was officially California Surfer Day.
I spent the afternoon pondering the coastal walkways and sidewalks, staring and glancing for hours out at the mesmerizing blue green waters.
It was getting late, and with disappointment and frustration, there were still no whales or surfers in sight. I did however, have a great time capturing all the beauty and wildlife that make these coves home. There were seagulls, pelicans, and seals soaking up the sun everywhere you looked.
Take a preview of what my day at the office consisted of below. Enjoy!
The park here in La Jolla Cove area is beautiful and peaceful to enjoy a quiet afternoon or a lunchtime break.
More gorgeous scenic captions here.
Did you know that La Jolla Cove is one of the most photographed beaches in Southern California?
If you look close, the small rock island is covered with seals and birds lounging as they soak up the sun and relax.
Sealife is an abundance here at La Jolla Cove and La Jolla Shores area.
If you are visiting the San Diego area, you might considering adding La Jolla Cove to your itinerary, it will certainly not disappoint. This was my office for the day.