One Good Life in Los Angeles

Roslyn's observations about places and events around Southern California

Lagoon at Playa del Rey on a brilliant November day

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playa del rey lagoonPlaya del Rey is directly south of Marina del Rey and the Lagoon is merely a few feet south of the end of Ballona Creek that runs about five miles from Culver City to the Pacific Ocean. A bike path borders the creek.

Playa del Rey Lagoon

The Lagoon supports a varied assortment of bird life from Great Blue Herons and Snowy Egrets to ducks and geese. Mud hens (American coots) love the area too. And don’t let’s forget pigeons and seagulls.

In the photo above you see a clear view of the Santa Monica Mountains in the background.

As much as I love visiting other parts of the US or the world, I appreciate the various and sundry neighborhoods of Los Angeles just as much. And I feel fortunate to live in such a diverse area.

Playa del Rey Lagoon

As we were eating lunch at a restaurant a short walk from the Lagoon, all these pigeons suddenly descended on the power lines. A few minutes later they were gone.

Playa del Rey Lagoon

The lagoon is surrounded by apartments and condos. Not a bad place to live.

Click on any of the photos below to start the slide show.

 

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Author: RMW

I am an explorer and creative person. I've had many jobs, careers and interests... everything in life and the universe fascinates me. Born in Brighton, England, I've lived my entire adult life in Los Angeles. Recently I rediscovered photography and I am busy learning everything I can about it. It's a great excuse for getting outside, wandering around and stopping to look at things.

4 thoughts on “Lagoon at Playa del Rey on a brilliant November day

  1. It’s always pleasant to walk along with you, Roslyn! Love these beautiful palm trees ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Not quite the park pond in my home town but on a sunny day you can work wonders ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • I love any kind of water whether an ocean or a backyard fish pond… this is somewhere in between… but no denying the sun makes a huge difference to the experience!

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