Sunday, August 9, 2020

Funko-licious Misfit Characters Appear on F Avenue

As Coronado heads deeper into December, more and more holiday festivities are being unwrapped all over the island! Some of our favorites include Candy Cane Lane, ice-skating at the Del, and of course, the big parade (Dec. 6th at 6pm). Get all the holiday happenings here.

Well, there are some new characters in town…actually, misfits from the past, a few modern ones as well. Photographer Jennifer Lund snapped these festive photos on the 1100 block of F Avenue and the responses have been very positive. These larger than life decorations have a very “Funko-licious” flavor to them and we hope they appear annually.

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Next time you are wandering around our “winter wonderland,” be sure to check out Rudolph and his buddies by the beach.

Photo credit: Jennifer Lund

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Photo credit: Jennifer Lund

Photo credit: Jennifer Lund

 

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