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  • Imperial Beach California

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This painting was inspired by a recent journey to the wonderful United States.
Located in San Diego’s South Bay region, and the southernmost beach town in California, Imperial Beach is just five miles north of the Mexico border, and includes a 4-mile stretch of beach offering a host of activities including great surfing, sport fishing, beach volleyball and horseback riding along the coast.

The Imperial Beach pier provides sweeping views of the Los Coronados Islands and is a popular spot for strolling, pier fishing, people watching, eating and watching the sunset.

Imperial Beach is also home to the Tijuana River National Estuary, a place where the fresh water of the Tijuana River mixes with the salt water of the Pacific Ocean creating the largest salt water marsh in Southern California.
The estuary is one of the top birding spots in San Diego with many endangered birds and wildlife on display.

IMPERIAL BEACH, CALIFORNIA

Maureen Finck

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Additional Information

This painting was inspired by a recent journey to the wonderful United States.
Located in San Diego’s South Bay region, and the southernmost beach town in California, Imperial Beach is just five miles north of the Mexico border, and includes a 4-mile stretch of beach offering a host of activities including great surfing, sport fishing, beach volleyball and horseback riding along the coast.

The Imperial Beach pier provides sweeping views of the Los Coronados Islands and is a popular spot for strolling, pier fishing, people watching, eating and watching the sunset.

Imperial Beach is also home to the Tijuana River National Estuary, a place where the fresh water of the Tijuana River mixes with the salt water of the Pacific Ocean creating the largest salt water marsh in Southern California.
The estuary is one of the top birding spots in San Diego with many endangered birds and wildlife on display.