A glorious sunrise above Balboa Park.

Sunrise paints the San Diego sky east of Balboa Park's tree-lined El Prado.
Sunrise paints the San Diego sky east of Balboa Park’s tree-lined El Prado.

Please enjoy some beautiful photos of sunrise at Balboa Park. I took them early this morning.

I walked east down El Prado as the sun broke above the horizon, then turned around at the Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden and walked back to the west end of the park, where I caught my bus for work.

The rising sun's golden rays illuminate morning clouds.
The rising sun’s golden rays illuminate morning clouds.
Sunrise and clouds are reflected beautifully in the tranquil Bea Evenson Fountain on the Plaza de Balboa.
Sunrise and clouds are reflected beautifully in the tranquil Bea Evenson Fountain on the Plaza de Balboa.
Fire in the sky.
Fire in the sky. I then turned around.
The first light of the sun is reflected from three high east windows of the San Diego Natural History Museum.
The first light of the sun is reflected from windows of the San Diego Natural History Museum.
Early morning sunlight on the iconic California Tower in Balboa Park.
Early morning sunlight on the iconic California Tower in Balboa Park.
A few people take a morning stroll through the Plaza de Panama. A glorious new day has begun.
A few people take a morning stroll through the Plaza de Panama. A glorious new day has begun.

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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