Sunday, April 18, 2010

DOWN BY THE WATER

Yesterday I walked down by the water and spent the day browsing Seaport Village.
Below are pictures of the area. My favorite attraction was "Unconditional Surrender," a 25-foot, 6,000 pound statue by world-renowned artist J. Seward Johnson commemorating a famous World War II photo of a sailor kissing a nurse.









5 comments:

Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives said...

Audrey,

Lovin all your photos of the San Diego area !

Thanks so much for sharing with us !

Hugs and have a happy fun filled week with family !

Linda

J.Willis Hurt said...

Love that statue too Audrey!

San Diego is a pretty city - glad you're getting to enjoy visiting the local sites.

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

How neat!!! Reminds me of Annapolis, MD...beautiful harbor:)

Rondell

Brady Bears Studio said...

Audrey,

Love all of your photos of San Diego! Looks like you're have a fabulous time.

Enjoy the rest of your stay!

Karen :)

Barbara Shores said...

Audrey...You are quite the photographer. SUPER pictures and it looks like you had a great time spending it with family...You can't beat that!

Fondly,
Barb
VFA=Village Folk Art