Photo tour: Huntington Beach, the original Surf City
The Huntington Beach Pier in the background, with a HB lifeguard station in front. Huntington Beach, California is "Surf City," as sung by Jan & Dean in 1963. Join us on a photo tour of Huntington Beach
Morning time at the Surf City Pier
Underneath the Huntington Beach Pier at dusk, using a slow shutter to make the waves look dreamy like.
Surfing in the waters of Huntington Beach, which is said to have the most "consistent" waves in California.
Looking out at the crowds in Surf City on an August Saturday afternoon
Sunset under the Pier
A morning bird in Huntington Beach
Cruising up the 12 mile bikeway in Huntington Beach which starts down south in Newport Beach
Enjoying the view
A friendly game of volleyball
The classic holding the surfboard shot with the Huntington Beach Pier in the background. That's surf pro Brdtt Simpson
The Huntington Beach Pier on a Saturday afternoon
Fishing from the end of the Huntington Beach Pier
Enjoying the rays of the summer sun, surfboard by side
Hunington Beach is Surf City USA
A local bird
Walking along the Huntington Beach Pier
Loving the crashing waves
A collection of surfboards in Huntington Beach
The roaring surf
In Surf City, where everyone seemingly has a surfboard, they even bring them along to a local Subway restaurant
Notice that the city seal say Surf City
An afternoon surfer in Huntington Beach
Jefferson Graham in front of the world's largest surfboard, which is on display at the International Surfing Museum in Huntington Beach
A local restaurant says it all--Surf City USA
Morning in Huntington Beach, and looking for food
The crowds gather on a Saturday afternoon in downtown Huntington Beach to enjoy a live performance
A street busker does a flip, hoping for some tips
Walking the beach, surfboard in hand
Morning in Huntington Beach,
Locals favor the Sugar Shack Cafe, run by surfers for surfers, we're told.
The posing with the surfboard shot.
Surfing into a huge wave
Morning, and surf has come to an end. Time to go to work.
The surfboard collection at the local Ruby's diner.
Surfing in Surf City always attracts a crowd
Under the Huntington Beach Pier
A statue of the late Duke Kahanamoku, considered to be the father of surfing
Posing before jumping into the water
The local post office, as seen from the top of a parking garage
The facade of a local ice cream eatery
Boating off the shores of Huntington Beach
Riding a classic Ford down Main Street in Huntington Beach
Getting some winks in the sun
Main Street in Huntington Beach, a collection of funky restaurants and bars, and anchored by surf shops