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Photos: San Diego During The Holidays

Despite the proceeding week's rain, Christmas day brought sunshine and mild temperatures - typical San Diego weather. Here are some images, all taken in San Diego and mostly by locals, of how the holidays played out in our little corner of So Cal.

If you have some photos of San Diego gone holiday, please send them to me at acarone@kpbs.org. I might feature them on the blog. And don't forget Chanukah and Kwanzaa (which started yesterday).

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Flickr member San Diego Images took this shot early Christmas morning at San Diego's Chrystal Pier.

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San Diego photog Mike Rollerson captures a rabid zombie Santa during the San Diego Zombiewalk, 2010.

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Beautiful La Jolla seascape image by San Diegan Mark Pillsbury.

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The Double Rainbow guy should move to San Diego. This is the second double rainbow I've seen here in 2010. Kelly Wright captured this image of latest double rainbow following the rain storms right before Christmas.

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Flickr member "Born&Raised National City" took this picture of members from Girls Think Tank and Embrace, two non-profit organizations, who volunteered their time to help veterans in San Diego. They passed out "Winter Survival Packs" and hot food to veterans.

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Flickr member Rob644 took this a couple of days before Christmas at the San Diego airport. Doesn't look busy at all!

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Sarah B in SD took this photo of the San Diego stop of the national touring production of The Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

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Flickr member Hapatxn took this hilarious photo at the Holiday Pet Parade in the Gaslamp.

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KPBS film critic Beth Accomando sent me this photo of her Godzilla holiday diorama. I've been to her house - this is just one of many dioramas!

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KPBS film critic Beth Accomando is also an amazing cook. She sent in this photo depicting only one portion of her food table.

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