Just some pix I took this weekend while running around town.
I love you blog i think it's so inspiring, and so wonderful to see a city so different to my own.
Stop by Nathan & Co. on Piedmont Ave. in Oakland sometime. My husband just got home with some lovely gifts he picked up there while on business.
My parents went tp San Francisco this weekend. That is where they did all their "courting" as my mother is from there. I guess it is nostalgia for them.
love these. you do such great work with the photos.
your blog it´s so inspiring, i´m from spain and i hope to go to san francisco very soon and visit that wonderful places, thank you for all kind of information.elena
I love that "It hasta be Shasta" sign!!
i love that Shasta sign, too! So funn!I was thrilled reading about your blog on our Saturday's newspaper edition and getting the recognition you deserve. (THE SANTA ROSA PRESS DEMOCRAT). You can read it here: http://www1.pressdemocrat.com/article/20070616/NEWS/706160323&SearchID=73284536886194
http://www1.pressdemocrat.com/apps/pbcs.dll/search?crit=sfgirlbybay(sorry! I am so embarrassed to do this a 3rd time). Hopefully third time's the charm. :O))
I love that you think about your readers even while running errands!You have a great way of photographing ordinary things and showing them in an extraordinary light. Thank you for all the inspiration!
thanks for feeding my signage hunger, it's always nice to see new ones.
You were on Potrero... I drive by that Shasta sign nearly everyday. Cheers. Kelly
thanks guys. it always surprises me what y'all like. in a good way - i'm glad you like the photos.and yes, i was filling up the bug at the gas station on potrero where the shasta sign lives. :)
My favorite uncle as a child... You know the kind of uncle that has one of those mustaches that curls really big at the ends and dresses really whacky?? And actually enjoys your girly drawings... Well, he married a woman because he loved how she would dye her poodles in all of those colors. She was a wildly interesting lady. She purposely dyed her hair like the bride of Frankenstein and wore it that big. She looked like the wife from the Munsters. She dyed her sheep and her goats too. My uncle turned out to be the most fab gay man ever. Him and his wife are still best friends. I look to him for interesting advice. It never made sense why he thought she was so fab. In now does... He owns a winery with his lover. She still dyes her poodles pink and blue... funny eh?
Those poodles are so fun!! Great images.
OMG!!! I MUST have one of those plastic poodles...but alas I live in Seattle. Super cool photos. xoxo
I love the poodles :)
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