I hope you’re having the best day possible and are ready to be taken on a magical photographic journey to a variety of places in Downtown San Diego. These unique locations were my creative inspiration. Within this shoot, I wanted to show my readers that Downtown isn’t all skyscrapers and street signs – believe it or not, you can live in the city and still enjoy nature! Although it’s nothing close to a budding flower field, with a little imagination, even the most unexpected places, like say . . . a parking lot for an upscale town home community . . . can still possess little elements of natural life. Case in point – this photo shoot.
As you read on, I hope you enjoy opening your eyes to the beauty that lies within Downtown San Diego and come to understand what I mean when I say it’s not all traffic lights and fancy hotel districts. . .
When someone says they don’t like flowers . . .
This was shot in front of a set of doors next to a house – genuine wooden doors that lead to who knows where . . .
#OxfordLife . . .
Being extra af while sitting on a bench at the local park – my specialty.
This gorgeous wall with the prettiest trumpet flowers I’ve ever laid eyes on is indeed the same place where Downtown residents can safely park their cars. Imagination is key.
Start your day off strong at Brickyard Coffee & Tea! I’m not one to judge a cafe since I’m not an avid coffee drinker – but I LOVE this place.
In case anyone wants to know, the chocolate chip muffin & Mexican hot cocoa was A++
Contemplating why I decided to wear a nude lipstick as opposed to a red. . .
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