The Not-so-Sunny side of So-Cal – San Diego, Sequoia and more!

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Past month, our lives took us back to NJ. It was with mixed feelings that we left San Diego. On one hand, it is great opportunity for me at work and we’ll be close to friends and family but on the other hand we’ll miss the sunshine, the beaches, the sunsets and beautiful landscape of California.

Below are some of my most precious memories from California

Above is one my favorite spots in San Diego – Secret caves in La Jolla. It took numerous tries, perfect timing and bit of luck to get to this place with my SLR.

Sunset Cliffs Park is aptly named!



Below is picture of a sculpture in Anza Borrego – The Dragon

Scripps Pier is probably one of the most photographed places in San Diego and once you witness a sunset like this, you know why.

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    Dedicated servers March 4, 2017

    Our Schumpeter columnist and his colleagues consider business, finance and management, in a blog named after the economist Joseph Schumpeter

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    Dedicated servers September 10, 2017

    Well, no place is perfect, but knowing the seamier side of the state is not likely to cause you to cancel your dream vacation. Gangster’s Paradise Hawaii can proudly claim more scientific observatories and and pineapples than any other state in the union.

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