La Jolla Photoblogging

Chris and I took some time to head down to La Jolla on today and take some photographs. The coast at La Jolla is home to loads of marine life, and they’re so used to people that you can get pretty close to them without frightening them. Which we did. All the pics are clickable for hi-res versions.

Mommy sea lion and babies.

Mommy sea lion and babies.

Tiny little crab

Tiny little crab, doing crabby things.

The seagulls are right in the middle of nesting time.

The seagulls are right in the middle of nesting time.

Sea Lions are cute.

Sea Lions are cute. They’re like the doggies of the sea.

Sea lions frolicking in the water.

Sea lions frolicking in the water.

This sea lion seems to be observing things with concern.

This sea lion seems to be observing things with concern.

Sea lioning is hard.

Sea lioning is hard.

The squirrels seem to expect prompt feeding.

The squirrels seem to expect prompt feeding.

La Jolla Cove is essentially owned by seals.

La Jolla Cove is essentially owned by seals.

I’m not entirely sure what’s going on here.

I’m not entirely sure what’s going on here.

Coming in for a landing.

Coming in for a landing.

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