The Children’s Pool in La Jolla, also known as the Casa, is a small beach partially protected by a seawall. The seawall was built in 1931 with the intention of creating a protected area for children to swim and play. These days the area is home to seals and sealions who inhabit the beach year round.
Last Sunday I made a trip out to La Jolla to take some photos after dark. I brought along my tripod and cable release and made my way down to the seawall. I was pleased to the beach was nearly deserted as space is at a premium out on the seawall. I was originally concerned as I needed the space to extend the legs on my tripod for stability in the wind without creating an obstacle for other visitors but this turned out not to be an issue.