Coastal Winter Myth.


Before I lived in San Francisco, I heard so many myths people tell about the city and believed them because I didn’t know myself.  Now that I live here, it’s funny how different I see a lot of these “urban myths” if you will.  One of the biggest myths is how freezing it is in the winter especially at the ocean.  I love spending time at Ocean Beach so I just prepared to bundle up during the winter.  However, it’s actually much less windy in the winter.  Not sure why that is but it can actually be incredible weather in the winter.  Last year I posted about one of the most perfect winter weather nights at Ocean Beach here.  Now that I know it wasn’t just a one time thing, I thought I’d share the secret : ).

Sunset is one of the busiest times at the beach but there’s no question why.  It’s incredible to watch the surfers at sunset as the sun slowly slides down the horizon.

A good friend recently cleared her closet and handed down a ton of her amazing past pieces to me.  One of them included this awesome floor length Ralph Lauren open back dress.

I love shooting photos.  I’ll zoom in from afar and shoot photos of the water.  Last year we saw tons of whales and dolphins so you just never know what you will see!

A surfer’s sunset.


Even though it’s warm, bring something to keep covered as the sun continues to disappear.  It does get a tad cold.

After the full moon came up and the sun went down, we headed home.  You have to look all around while at the beach because the views are stunning all the way around!

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7 thoughts on “Coastal Winter Myth.

  1. Beautiful images.. I am a beach junkie at heart. I have been all over the Caribbean and the beaches of the eastern shore but I’m hoping that one day I get to visit some of the ones out on the west coast 😊. Thanks for sharing..

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