They call it Tuna Harbor, because that’s what it was years ago, the site of a thriving tuna boat fishing industry here in San Diego. Now? Not so much, although tuna boats still dock here and drop off their catch (there’s some kind of processing building there, I believe). Here it is on a cool day in the beginning of summer last year, right at twilight, after a rain storm. The water is placid and reflective, and it almost looks like brush-strokes. I used to walk through this area (which is north of Seaport Village) all the time. It was my go-to place for walking, especially on the weekends when I wanted to walk a quick two miles or so. I miss my downtown walks (I moved in August 2017). I don’t necessarily miss downtown, but that’s another story.
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