Huntington Beach and Seal Beach Piers

02.19. Seals Beach

The Orange County is beautiful. Sandy warm beaches for the days. Palm trees. Surfers. And piers in every town.
Piers are my thing. Huntington Beach pier is well-known. And visited a lot. We stopped there on President Day after the lunch. The sandstorm forced us to leave Borrego Spring in a hurry. But no one told me that if the wind in the inland is strong, it would be even stronger. The sand beat every inch of my cheeks.
But the popular beach was almost empty! It looked practically unbelievable for the warm and sunny weekend.
We took a stroll on the pier. But the wind forced us to do it really quickly.

02.19. Huntington Beach
02.19. Huntington Beach
02.19. Huntington Beach
02.19. Huntington Beach

02.19. Huntington Beach

Seals Beach

If Huntington is a touristy spot, then Seal Beach is well off the radar place. And yes, it also has a great looking pier.
I hoped the wind to weaken (and why did I think that way) but the only thing that changed is the skies. The enormous dark cloud slowly moved towards us.
The Seal Beach pier is a long wooden structure. Beautiful and unique.

02.19. Seals Beach
02.19. Seals Beach

02.19. Seals Beach

02.19. Seals Beach
02.19. Seals Beach
02.19. Seals Beach
02.19. Seals Beach
02.19. Seals Beach
02.19. Seals Beach

02.19. Seals Beach
02.19. Seals Beach

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