Summer Sailing on San Diego Bay

With summer in full gear (and many parts of the planet experiencing unusual heat waves), I thought I’d cool it off slightly with gentle sea breezes gliding across San Diego Bay powering your sailboat. I have attached four art prints I recently created of sailboats on San Diego Bay. Enjoy that cool summer breeze.

The first one is looking across the bay from downtown San Diego towards Coronado Island.

The Sailboat On San Diego Bay

The next print is from the opposite perspective, looking towards downtown San Diego from Coronado Island.

Sailboat In San Diego Bay

The third and fourth art prints are multiple sailboats on the bay with the Coronado Bridge as a backdrop.

The Coronado Bridge With Sailboats
Sailing by the Coronado Bridge


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28 thoughts on “Summer Sailing on San Diego Bay

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Like you, only a few times but love it!! San Diego Bay is so pretty and usually is full of sailboats!! Thanks for stopping by Brad…have a great 4th!!

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Happy 4th to you also Teagan. It’s hot here in LA and talking to our daughters earlier in the week on the heat in Seattle….ouch. Have you had any of the monsoon thunderstorms? That’s one of the things I miss in Arizona!! Haver a great week!!

      1. Teagan Riordain Geneviene

        They’ve been predicting a dryer monsoon season all year. BUT we had good steady rains (that lasted more than a few minutes) several times last week — and the temps cooled way down for several days too. It had been months and months and months since we’d had any rain at all down here in southern NM. And 100 (and higher) degree days for a solid month… It was pretty brutal. Having the rain and temporarily cooler days was bliss. Of course it’s already gotten hot again, but not as bad as it was for the past month.

      2. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

        I miss the rain! We did have a day of steady rain when we were up in Seattle last month before that horrific heat wave hit the Northwest!! Felt good to us! Have a great week!!

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thanks for stopping by Diane and for the feedback!! I hope my art does the bay justice…we raised our kids in San Diego and it is such a beautiful area with the bay and Coronado Island. Glad that heat wave has ended for you guys… was so weird seeing your temps hotter than Las Vegas and Phoenix….have a great week!!

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thank you very much for stopping by and for the feedback! We lived in San Diego for about 24 years….beautiful city and the bay is awesome. I’ve only been on a sailboat a few times, but still remember the peace and tranquillity of it!! Have a great week!!

  1. tiffanyarpdaleo

    Lovely setting for some great photographs, Kirt, and I love the effects you used, so cool! I live very close to the end of the Coronado Bridge, (not on the Coronado side) so I see it every day, but I refuse to drive over it since I’m terrified by bridges, especially that one!

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      It was that bridge that surfaced one of our daughters fear of heights. It is massive that’s for sure! I miss the serenity of watching the sailboats on the bay!! You’re blessed to live that close to it!! We were up in the Carlsbad area. Thanks for stopping by!! Have a great week!!

  2. Sue Slaght

    Lovely to see the boats on the water. In the first one I immediately was reminded of the feel of the ocean breeze. I think when art can bring forward such strong memories or reactions that says it all.

  3. Americaoncoffee

    I love the feel especially during the hot Summer months. I love stained glass windows, and I would love to have sailboats like these painted on my shower windows and doors.


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