And I've been complaining about clerks tell me that "the computer does not
allow me"... Those damn computers will be writing their own postings to
PDML soon. ;-)
That rock formation got me thinking if it was "Dog Beach", between Del Mar
But it doesn't seem to be the case.
Encinitas is about 1 hour south of LA (depending on the traffic).
Sorry, while I am very familiar with San Diego's vicinities, I don't know
the coastal line near LA that well to recognize this place.
Paul Stenquist Fri, 14 Oct 2016 15:02:17 -0700 wrote:
Autocorrect strikes again. I wrote "the day was grey, my computer decided
it was great. The transparency sleeve says Encinitas's. That rock
formation says it's not Santa Monica. I'm sure it was close to LA, as I
was there on business. There are a lot of rock formations like this near
Ventura county line. Could be up there. Maybe someone can recognize it.
Paul via phone
On Oct 14, 2016, at 5:24 PM, Igor PDML-StR <pdml...@komkon.org> wrote:
Nice, movie-escue image. E.g. it looks like a frame from a movie.
While reading you message, I was rather confused what was the problem:
why the fact that the day was great should have stopped her from heading out
with her board...
But on the photo, it looks like it may have been not much sunny (was it?)..
Also, just my curiousity: You mentioned Encino. But AFAIK, Encino is not on
the shore. Rather Santa Monica would be between Encino and the water.
Or, was it Encinitas (much more south, closer to San Diego), - which is right
on the shore?
Paul Stenquist Fri, 14 Oct 2016 13:54:46 -0700 wrote:
A Kodachrome that I scanned this afternoon. It was a great day on the beach
at Encino, California in 1981, but that didn’t stop this young lady from
heading out with her board. I probably shot it with my Fuji 801 screw mount
camera. Not sure about the lens. Looks like it was either the Mamiya 135/2.8
or the Vivitar 200/3.5. Of course that young lady is now well into her 50s.
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