October 10, 2011
Impressions in San Francisco

“It’s the indescribable conglomeration of beauty and ugliness that makes San Francisco a poem without meter, a symphony without harmony, a painting without reason---a city without an equal.” Herb Caen

“Some people become San Franciscans almost immediately, feeling the poetry, sensing the specialness, seeing what makes the city great and not so great, boning up on the history and walking the streets with glamorous ghosts at their elbows. Others can live here all their lives and never get the message.” Herb Caen

Ocean Beach

16th Street near Portero

Marin Headlands

The entrance into the Lost Room

A view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Point

San Quentin seen from Mt. Tamalpais with a 300mm lens

San Francisco Bay

Pacific Heights

Crissy Field in the San Francisco Presidio


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