Sunday, April 20

Sunday In The City.

I was messing about today with my pal Joni, which included a most excellent visit to San Francisco Taquería - what trip to the Mission would be complete without it? I snapped some shots of the Mission at its finest while there. Nothing much ever changes there, and I love that I can trust to find it just the way I last left it. Here's a peek at some of its gritty goodness.

Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder.

F is for Frock.

Us Loves Pastry.

Fancy Panties.

Gone and a Bit Forgotten.

Circa 1950's.

Fountain of the Youth.

Quality Craftiness.

Pops & Cyclops.


annie/curbsidetreasure said...

i just wanted to say that 'sunday in the city' is my favorite part of why i read your blog :) its cool to see bits and pieces of sf juxtaposed.

lisa said...

us loves pastry!! ha!!

sandra said...

i love taking these walks with you! san fran seems so full of beautiful pastels.

Orange Pattern said...

My favorite part of your blog!

Anonymous said...

You have no idea how nostalgic you make my transplanted-to-Brooklyn self with these posts.

suzannemarques said...

my favorite part of the blog too! these are so beautiful, they really should be a book someday

Anonymous said...

I love these pics. Quiniscential (spelling?) SF. I miss it so much, thank you for transporting me. I love how you can see the beauty in all things even graffiti.

Do you ever go to Chinatown? There would be some interesting pics.

~thanks so much Jinky

sfgirlbybay said...

thank you so uch for all the nice comments! :)

and yes jinky - here's a recent post from chinatown:

Janine said...

These are great photo pairings - love your captions, too. Especially Pops and Cyclops.

The Maltese Kat said...

I don't comment too much but am an avid reader of your blog. Love the Fancy Panties photo - actully I live in the lower flat of that green fronted house in Bernal. I just walked out front to see if that was us and in deed it is.

deandra said...

i really like your blog. cool images, specially the "Quality Craftiness."