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Summer Snaps

We're on the hunt for the best summer outdoor photographs shot by our readers


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Calling all local photographers! We're on the lookout for summer outdoor shots of San Diego to feature in the magazine's "Picture Perfect" section. Have an epic shot of the Del Mar Fair? A landscape scene from Crystal Pier? A dramatic view from your Iron Mountain hike? We want to see them all! Email your stunners to laurie@sandiegomagazine.com.

And take a look at Picture Perfect favorites for inspiration:

The Hills Are Alive

January 2014. Shot by Phillip Colla.

Torrey Pines State Reserve

 

A Pleasing Path

February 2014. Shot by Diana Alsindy.

Suspension bridge

 

Southwest of Coronado Island

March 2014. Shot by John Trice

Sailing off the coast of Coronado

 

Under the Coronado Bridge

December 2013. Shot by Michael Jaffe

Under the Coronado Bridge

 

Mt. Palomar Observatory

November 2013. Shot by Brett Shoaf.

Mt. Palomar Observatory

 

Gaslamp at Dusk

October 2013. Shot by Justin Lee.

Gaslamp at dusk

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