2012 Penguin Plunge

Elena Petre and Sarah Khoumsi

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Hearty local residents braved the cool Pacific to celebrate the first day of 2012 at the popular annual Penguin Plunge in Del Mar. Photos: Jon Clark

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1 Comment for “2012 Penguin Plunge”

  1. DMB

    those guys look really cool. what brave and totally local dudes!

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