Although I can technically cross this one off the bucket list I don’t think I’m going to. An afternoon in San Francisco just isn’t enough. The several hours we spent between the Market Place in the Ferry Building, the Presidio, and Baker’s Beach just left me with an itch to come back and explore more…eat more…:-) The steeps of San Francisco left me thinking of adrenaline junkies and skateboarders. From the back seat of our friend’s car my heart raced near Broadway as we passed through China town and headed…well, straight up. It seemed as though the earth had ended when we approached the top of a hill and began our descent back down the other side. I’ve never questioned a cars ability to keep it’s tires on the road at such slow speeds before…those streets made me wonder! So, in the short trip I managed to snap a few photos…between a meal at the Slanted Door and a walk on Baker’s Beach. I really look forward to a trip back to this unique city someday…
PS: best beef carpaccio I’ve ever had…topped with cilantro, crushed peanuts, green onion, and what I think are giant rice crisps…DELICIOUS.
The color orange just kept reappearing, happily unifying my shots…:)
That small girl reminds me of an illustrated book my sister gave to me by Suzy Lee called The Wave. One of my favorites. I was so happy to reminded of it when I worked on this set.
Thank you Sid for snapping this shot of Jason and me. It’s one of my favorite photos of us traveling so far! Thanks boyfriend for taking me to San Francisco! On this Thanksgiving trip I was reminded that I have amazing friends and family to be grateful for…raising my glass to em all!