Friday, January 15, 2010

Lovin' the ShakeIt Photo App

Since I can't seem to keep up with blogging--partly due to the laborious process of taking photos, uploading photos, editing photos, etc.--I'm just going to show you some lovely photos taken at Trail 5 (San Onofre) with my iphone. If you are unfamiliar with this part of Southern California, it straddles the beach area between Orange and San Diego counties. When people refer to San Onofre they usually mean the beach part of the state park that is just north of the nuclear power plant. Trails (1-6) is just south of the nuclear power plant. While that may sound horrifying if you haven't been there, it's actually pretty incredible. And then to the east and south there is Camp Pendleton, so it is a stretch of amazing coastline with native scrub and beautiful cliffs to the ocean. And no tract homes. Turns out Trail 5 has the most rugged hike down to the beach, but if you wear flip flops 10 months of the year, hiking it in your Rainbows is not a problem.