Enjoy scenes from the South Bay (Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach) for the week of October 25, 2015.
The first half of the week I was in Austin, but when I returned home, the weather was still warm although the nights are finally starting to be cooler. The sunsets and early mornings were beautiful at the beach. There was a high tide warning in effect in the morning, and there were bigger waves which the surfers seemed to enjoy.
For the first part of the week, sunsets were slightly after 6:00 pm, so the days are much shorter than in the summer. On Saturday night the clocks “fell back” an hour for daylight savings time, so tonight the sunset was at 5:00 PM.
Manhattan Beach Pier, October 29th.
Sunset October 30th.
Manhattan Beach Pier October 28th.
Warmer than usual Southern California temperatures, October 29th.
October 29 looking east on Manhattan Beach Blvd. from the pier.
Walking to a costumer party, Hermosa Beach, October 28th.
Surfer at sunset, Manhattan Beach, October 30th.
Sunset from El Porto, October 30th.
Beach life: surfers and beach volleyball, October 30th.
Waves, October 30th.
Waves, morning October 30th.
Morning, October 30th.
Looking south to the Manhattan Beach Pier and Palos Verdes, morning of October 30th.
Morning view looking north on the bike path on the Strand, October 30.
October 30 morning.
Post morning walk with the boys – a Paradise Bowl and a front row view to watch the waves.
The boys looking dapper after their morning walk on October 30.
Heading down a walk street to The Strand, Manhattan Beach, October 30th.
End of Rosecrans Avenue, Manhattan Beach, October 30th.
At El Porto Beach looking south, October 30th.
Sunset October 30th looking north.
Final sunset to end the week, November 1st.