Tag Archives: Redondo Beach Pier

Definitely Photo-Worthy

Today’s Foto Fix is one I took of my oldest daughter, Angelika, taking a picture from the Redondo Beach Pier during our recent mini vacation. ~SueBee

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A Very Photogenic Ice Cream Cone

Today’s Foto Fix was taken on the Redondo Beach Pier this past Friday evening, as my oldest daughter, Angelika, and I enjoyed a short get-away vacation. While it seems everyone owning a smart phone has become a prolific photographer these days, taking pictures of anything and everything, this shot caught my attention. I never knew an […]

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