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Sunday 12/18/11: San Diego Parade Of Lights & Fireworks

Correction:  We are meeting at Harbor Island and not Shelter Island as previously stated.  We are still meeting in the same location at the parking lot across from the Hilton, I just had my islands wrong.  I appologize for the misinformation.  Also please arrive promptly at 4:30pm and leave plenty of time for parking as I will do a quick overview on fireworks photography.  Looking forward to seeing everyone there.

Our last outing for the year is this Sunday.  We will be meeting up to take photos of this years San Diego Parade of Lights.  There will be a fireworks show before the boat parade starts, so we will be meeting up at 430pm sharp in the parking lot area across from the Hilton on Harbor Island.

If you have a tripod, we recommend you bring it.  It will probably be a cold night as well, so be prepared.  Parking is limited so get there early.  If you cannot find a spot in past years there has been pay parking at the north and south ends of the island.  For more information about this years Parade of Lights you can visit their official website http://www.sdparadeoflights.org/ or you can go HERE

If you are planning on joining us feel free to leave us a message at the end of the post and we will keep you posted, or you can email us at MISSION.focused@yahoo.com


Event:  San Diego Parade Of Lights & Fireworks

Where: Harbor Island – Meeting in the parking lot across from the Hilton Hotel

When:  4:30pm sharp

What to bring: 

Camera & manual for adjustments


Black cardboard, hat, lens cover, or something to cover up the lens of your camera

Dress warmly as it will be cold on the bay

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