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Things you see cruising around Capitola – Photos by George Saitas

Just a regular Saturday morning, cruising through Capitola, these are some scenes you might see. Photos: George Saitas Photography

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Sunset Session Thursday at Steamer Lane

The new swell was in full effect on Thursday afternoon and the Lane was crowded with surfers eager to take part in the festivities. Surfers included Nat Young, Richie Schmidt Jr. and many more. Photos- Paul Topp / @toppshots on Instagram

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Fungus Fair 2015 – Photos by George Saitas

Fungus lovers from near and far gathered in Santa Cruz for the 41st annual Fungus Fair 2015. Photos by George Saitas Photography

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Join the Homeless Garden Project for Martin Luther King Day of Service!

SANTA CRUZ, CA– Each year, communities across the country come together for volunteer action in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his commitment to social justice. Dr. King said, “Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate […]

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Surfing America Contest at Steamer Lane

New swell in town just in time for the Surfing America Contest at Steamer Lane on Friday. Here are some of the lucky contestants who scored! Photos – Paul Topp / @toppshots on Instagram

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Pleasure Point Sunset Session

January 5th, 2015 offered small waves and cold water to a small group of surfers out to enjoy a sunset surf session at Pleasure Point.   Photos- Paul Topp

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The Sun Setting at Natural Bridges State Beach – Photos by George Saitas

Enjoying the natural beauty of Natural Bridges State Beach at the end of the day, we watch the sun set and darkness fall. Photos by George Saitas Photography  

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New Years Eve in Santa Cruz!

Ringing in the New Year in Santa Cruz Last night I tried to cover as much Santa Cruz as I could. This led from from the end of the wharf to Ben Lomond. Most of my time was spent on foot along Pacific Ave. Everybody I came across was super friendly and needed almost no […]

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