MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIFORNIA!!

I wish you a Merry Christmas from the pier at Huntington Beach, California.

The shot below is from the pier looking east toward Pacific Coast Highway.

And, this shot below is from the pier looking west toward Ruby’s Diner at the end of the pier.

I wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and the happiest of this holiday season! Β Thank you for stopping by, sharing comments, and joining me in this wonderful photographic journey!

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~ by photographyfree4all on December 24, 2010.

27 Responses to “MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIFORNIA!!”

  1. Great photo of the sunSET, also the pier shots. Merry Christmas to you, too, Steve.

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  2. Merry Christmas from snowy Ohio!! Oh, and the one of the walk way with all the snow flake lights is my favorite. πŸ™‚

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  3. ‘Snowflakes’ on the beach – lucky you! We are expecting more of the real kind late Sunday into Monday. Beautiful photos combined with wonderful sentiments! Merry Christmas, Steve! πŸ™‚

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  4. Thank you, Tracy! I hope you have a great Christmas!

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  5. Merry Christmas, Kuukisu! Thank you for all of your comments! they’re always great!

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  6. Thanks Bob! Just some fun stuff I shot while taking the sunset I posted earlier! Merry Christmas!

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  7. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!!!!

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  8. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

    Beautiful shots. I really like the first one with the sunset view behind it. It’s warming to someone who has spent the day out in the snow. πŸ™‚

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  9. Thnak you! Merry Christmas, Miss Betty!

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  10. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

    I’ve really enjoyed your photos and reading your posts this year. πŸ™‚

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  11. Merry Christmas, Steve! Or at least merry Boxing Day, if that is celebrated where you are :)! These are beautiful shots, once again! I think the second is my favorite. you have such a great eye when it comes to lights and perspective!
    Great job!

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  12. Thank you Robin! A day in the snow isn’t so bad…is it? I’m actually heading to some snow tomorrow…for about 4 days! Then it’s back to the warmer weather of So Cal!

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  13. Thank you, Jolene! I hope you’re having a wonderful Christmas season. I’m looking forward to next year!!

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  14. Tell me more about this boxing day you mentioned, Kai! I would love to learn about it. Thank you for your kind words! I love the clouds in that second shot! Thanks!

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  15. Boxing Day is a continuation of the Christmas festivities in the UK where people get together with other friends and relatives to have a less intimate celebration of Christmas. It’s mainly just an excuse to have a repeat of the big dinner, at least if your hangover’s not too bad :)! It’s not something universal, though, I don’t think everyone celebrates it, and I don’t actually know what the origin of it is…
    I agree about the clouds, although I particularly like the clouds in the first.

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  16. I love the first photo with the golden sunset reflecting on the water and the lights from the restaurant. Merry Christmas and all the best on your photography journey.

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  17. Merry Christmas to you, Steve, these are such beautiful images from your NOT white Christmas πŸ˜‰

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  18. Thanks for this information, Kai! I think I like this Boxing Day! You’re right about the clouds in the first shot! I think the first shot is somewhat unique because of the small area that is jutted out from the main pier. That gives me a nice perspective from the side. I do think the clouds are best in the first shot…but in the second shot, it makes for an interesting “night” sky – rather than just all black, I think. Thanks, Kai! Another great comment!

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  19. Thanks, Knotty! I do Love that water reflection! I hope you’ve had a great holiday!!

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  20. Steve, You won’t believe this. My wife and I just finished watching a movie made in 1993 called “Falling Down”. It starred Michael Douglas and Robert Duvall. The final scenes were filmed right there where Ruby’s is. Michael Douglas’ character gets shot and his body falls over the rail right next to the restaurant.

    Bob

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  21. Merry (belated) Christmas to you! I must say, I really love the first photo, great job!

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  22. These are really beautiful. I hope your Christmas was fun and I wish you also all the best for the new year.

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  23. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Steve. I wanted you to know that I do still stop by from time to time though I don’t always leave a comment.
    Seems so funny to see snowflake decorations at the beach in California. We just had the real thing for the first time this season a couple days ago.

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  24. Huntington Beach, CA look beautiful! And I love the picture that you set as your header photo! Merry late Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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  25. How about that, Bob! I’ve never seen that movie, but I may have to check it out now.

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  26. Thank you, David! I hope you had great holidays! Looking forward to more interaction in the coming year!

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  27. Thank you Karen. I realize it’s difficult to leave comments all the time – that’s perfectly OK. But, I hope if you see something and can offer your expertise – you’ll send a quick comment at that time! I’m just happy to have you visit whenever you can! I’m actually in the snow right grabbing some shots from Zion national Park in Utah! Thanks for stopping by!

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