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Winter in San Diego looks a little different from what you might expect in other parts of the Northern hemisphere. The days are mostly sunny but definitely cooler, and we can have very clear mornings, or a lot of fog.

Travel theme: Winter fog in San Diego

Travel theme: Winter fog in San Diego

We don’t get snow in town, but our mountain caps less than an hour away do get the white stuff. If we’re lucky we get some rain, which we desperately need. I took this photo of my car roof a few days ago. I loved how the clouds reflected on it among the rain drops but all I had to capture the sight was my cell phone camera. I’m still happy with the way it came out.

Clouds reflecting on car roof with raindrops

Clouds reflecting on car roof with raindrops

And if it’s cold enough, we get frost.

Frost on ice plants in San Diego

Frost on ice plants in San Diego

I’m working on a post about Christmas lights, but for this winter theme, I thought I’d preview one of my newest photos. Winter means Christmas and the joy of going to look at Christmas lights.

Christmas light outdoor decorations

Christmas light outdoor decorations

About Milka Pejovic

I'm a freelance writer, artist and photographer. I write mostly for business, not enough for pleasure, and I take a lot of pictures of the world around me.

6 responses »

  1. I love those rain drops and colorful patterns on your car – a great abstract image.

  2. Great raindrops shot, Milka!

  3. Carrie Rubin says:

    Your car looks well waxed to leave such pretty droplets. 🙂

    • mpejovic says:

      It sure does! I use the wax setting to finish off when I go to the car wash to clean it by myself. It obviously does a good job. Unfortunately I have to wait 3 months until I can use wax again because of the new paint job on a quarter of my car after the accident.

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