JUST ANOTHER HUNTINGTON BEACH SUNSET??
NO!! Dude, you need to hit the romance button once in a while if you were thinking this was just another Huntington Beach sunset!!
I could shoot every Huntington Beach sunset for the rest of my life and I would still not have a completed collection! That’s the way it is with any sunset, no matter where you happen to be. There is an unbelievable, unexplainable power that seems to accompany the sun as it makes its daily descent into the horizon. It really doesn’t matter whether it’s sinking into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California, or into the lively cornfield of an Iowa farm. Wherever it sets, it sparks romance. That is, as long as your romance button is placed in the “on” position!!
So again today (because there’s no such thing as becoming bored with a sunset), I give you the one ingredient that is guaranteed to bring a kiss from that one special person in your life – a sunset!! Come on, guys! Don’t miss this opportunity. I would suggest a short drive to a nearby secluded area. Park the car. Play some soft, appropriate music in the background. And, let the sunset take over!
Or even better: Park the car. Get out of the car and hurry around to your lady’s door and carefully open it for her. Help her out of the car. Suggest a nice stroll while watching the sunset. Open up…listen to what she may be saying…dream! You won’t regret it!!
The Huntington Beach Pier is the iconic heart of the city. At 1,800 ft, it’s one of the longest municipal piers in California, and it stands as the city’s front porch to the wide open Pacific. You can fish, eat, shop, experience awesome aerial views of some of the world’s best surfers and, of course, watch indescribable Pacific Ocean sunsets.
Surf City Pier events are held year-round and include various professional volleyball and surfing competitions, live music, art shows a farmer’s market and other Southern California attractions.
The red-roofed Ruby’s Diner sits at the end of the pier, making it one of the most unique restaurants in Huntington Beach – and California for that matter. The diner-style restaurant makes you feel as if you’re dining in the middle of the ocean. Grab a window seat and you’re likely to spot dolphins cutting through the ocean waves as you slice through a Ruby’s Diner American Kobe steak.