My camera was pointing NNE when I took this photo.I checked round the southwestern coast from Portsmouth to Cardiff and didn't hit upon the right combination of piers, buildings, and sandy beach. Seems like this should be a relatively narrow estuary, river mouth, harbour named as such (given Stan called it a harbour), or perhaps cove. There's a limited number of such sites so probably I'm failing to see the right camera angle from the aerials.
Just one lentil but, yes, Rainier/Tahoma.On second thoughts are these lenticular clouds on top of Mt. Rainier?
Correct.Which makes the 2nd peak Little Tahoma I believe.
Close! Chimborazo, like Rainier, has four distinct summits and is within a few percent of Rainier for prominence.Maybe Chimborazo?
I was inclined to agree, but there is so much selling of suns, seacoasts, and tile I'm finding it quite difficult to construct search queries which prompt Bing or Google to return noncommercial results in either English or Spanish. The cliffs in the background are out of focus enough it's proving not simple to place them geologically, though it looks like the two spits are connected by a seawall on the shore with perhaps some development behind. That should be a distinctive feature and readily visible in aerial imagery but there's a great deal of such construction, which produces enough search noise to rather complicate identification of a particular search area.Don't think this'll be too difficult.
I wasn't referring to San Francisco as a possible location, I already know the answer. I was just waiting to see what others came up with.Like Stan, I was inclined towards central California
That might be a bit harsh. For all we know Katherine's bratty little brother wrote that and she doesn't even like Aleandro. Also, such marker usually isn't difficult to remove given the right solvent. Tile's an easy surface that way.wouldn't you love to strangle "Alexandro and Katherine"