On the west side of the peninsula are sandstone cliffs along the ocean called Sunset Cliffs. Geologically these cliffs are known as the Point Loma Formation. They contain fossils, including dinosaur fossils from about 75 million years ago.
|There were lots of surfers...guys...|
The cliffs are unstable and can be dangerous.
Sights on Sunset Blvd.
|Can you see the surfers in this picture?|
|Harbor seal pups are born between February and April.|
|The seals were playing.|
|Once the sun has disappeared, there is still plenty of light left. Twilight occurs from the moment the sun dips below the horizon and lasts about 30 minutes|
|A view of San Diego as we were leaving Point Loma.|
We sure enjoyed our day! The sunset was beyond words...I had never seen the sun setting on the west coast before. I hope you have. If you haven't, I hope you can one day.
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