This post is entirely photos, plus the descriptions that are in the captions. Message me if you’d like info. As always, you can find my prints at http://www.kenisimages.com, though only the nighttime shots are posted already.
These were all taken by wandering on foot, during the month of April. Beautiful weather!
Crissy Field and Torpedo Wharf; Golden Gate Bridge in the background. 1pm – fog coming in.
Lombard Street, in the Russian Hill Neighborhood. The crookedest street in the world. There are eight hairpin turns within one block, necessary because of the 51% grade.
Cable Car on California Street. A hill in the back, as you might expect.
Looking north from Jones St. and Green St. My camera was level to the horizon, so this shows the actual steepness of hills. Alcatraz is visible out in the bay.
Looking southeast from Vista Point in Sausalito, on the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge.
St. Francis Yacht Club in the Marina District.
There used to be telephones everywhere to quickly report a fire.
Abandoned shack near a bike path in the Marin Headlands
Looking south from the Moore Road Pier.
My favorite: Golden Gate Bridge, with the Presidio beyond, taken from Vista Point.
from sea level, fog coming in.
She was probably taking a picture for Facebook. I just thought her dress was cool.
The Marlowe Restaurant. (marlowesf.com). I didn’t eat there, I liked liked the quotations. Actually, when I was taking the photo I didn’t notice the reflection at all!
Pier 7 at midnight.
Pier 3, the Bay Bridge, and Downtown at midnight.
Looking toward the North Beach and Chinatown neighborhoods from the Coit Tower. 1AM, fog.