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Balboa Park - Casa Del Prado From Lily Pond Photos
Balboa Park - Casa Del Prado From Lily Pond
View from lily pond in front of Botanical Building.
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South Bay Salt Works Images
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Stock photography of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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South Bay Salt Works Pictures
South Bay Salt Works
The Salt Works is the oldest continuously operated business in San Diego and also one of the oldest remaining wooden structures in the city.
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Stock photos of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Pictures of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Stock images of South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Ponds
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Ponds
The salt is extracted from seawater simply by filling large shallow ponds and allowing the sun to slowly evaporate the water.
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South Bay Salt Works Stock Photography
South Bay Salt Works
The Salt Works is the oldest continuously operated business in San Diego and also one of the oldest remaining wooden structures in the city.
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South Bay Salt Works Photos
South Bay Salt Works
A mountain of salt is reflected on the surface of an evaporation pond.
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South Bay Salt Works Images
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Stock photography of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
The salt is extracted from seawater simply by filling large shallow ponds and allowing the sun to slowly evaporate the water.
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South Bay Salt Works Pictures
South Bay Salt Works
A mountain of salt is reflected on the surface of an evaporation pond.
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Stock photos of South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Pictures of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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Stock images of South Bay Salt Works
South Bay Salt Works
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond Stock Photography
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
The salt is extracted from seawater simply by filling large shallow ponds and allowing the sun to slowly evaporate the water.
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South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond Photos
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
Since the late eighteen hundreds the South Bay Salt Works has been located at the very southern end of San Diego Bay. Its evaporation ponds cover almost 1200 acres and produce over 75000 tons of salt each year.
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South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond Images
South Bay Salt Works Evaporation Pond
The salt is extracted from seawater simply by filling large shallow ponds and allowing the sun to slowly evaporate the water.
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see also
| Old Town | Panoramic Images | San Diego Aerospace Museum | San Diego Coronado Bridge | San Diego Downtown Aerials |
| San Diego Gaslamp Quarter | San Diego Petco Park | San Diego Skyline | Seaport Village |

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