Photos of the Week: La Jolla through our readers’ eyes
A monarch butterfly explores the cosmos. (Susan Ragsdale)
Water drops cover a spider web during a misty morning. (Richard Wolf)
A peregrine falcon and a hummingbird exchange greetings. (Penny Wilkes)
Willets fly by at La Jolla Shores. (Martin Gore)
Waves crash near Coast Boulevard. (Marilyn Macrate)
A seagull has an enviable perch above the La Jolla sea caves. (Joan Plaehn)
Members of Boy Scouts Troop 4 of La Jolla camp out at the Recreation Center on Sept. 17 to watch over the pancake-making gear the night before the Kiwanis Club of La Jolla’s pancake breakfast. (Irene E.K. McCann)
The great white shark bust in the 8200 block of La Jolla Shores Drive got a polishing and teeth whitening from Chris Cott. (Chris Cott)
A pelican takes flight near the sea caves. (Ann Miller)
This was one of Gabrielle Sillas’ first finds upon arriving in La Jolla. (Gabrielle Sillas)
La Jolla’s spectacular scenery and village atmosphere provide a lot of opportunities for great photos. Here are some that were taken recently.
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