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Thursday, March 20, 2008

Seaport Village









My company sent me to a conference in Sunny San Diego back in February, a week before my wife's due date mind you, where I was able to capture these shots.  They put us up in the Marriott, which is right next to a really neat place called Seaport Village.  It's right on the harbor, and there's a bunch of what looks like old beach houses that are now shops.  I didn't have a lot of free time, but what free time I had I spent in Seaport Village taking pictures. 

5 comments:

Damitz Family said...

Those are beautiful, Bry. All the colors and material are just amazing. Makes me want to go visit.

2P and Super B said...

wow, great shots!!

GA Howes said...

Wow, Bryan Seaport village from a different perspective! I love the pictures! It makes me homesick even though I was just there!

Tiffany Montoya said...

I know you from high school at Northridge (sopmore year), Tiffany schryver. I just have to say that your pictures are amazing and your family is precious. You really capture the energy and peace of the pictures!

Muffin said...

I really like these shots Bryan. way to go!