Tuesday, May 27

Sunday In The City.

This is sort of a Sunday/Monday in the City. I hope you all had a lovely, long holiday weekend. I did...and spent mine pretty peacefully, reading, passing time in a few of my favorite gardens, and in the company of some of my favorite friends. You know who you are.


Artificial beauty.


Tea with V.


Sweet memories.


Prehistoric.


Secret escape.


Succulent.


Tea house.


Dog day afternoon.


Night light.


17 comments:

C-Rett said...

Succulents! My fav! :)

Orange Pattern said...

Love, love, love.

Pixiewinkle said...

Wow, some of your best lighting yet. Love this grouping.

quaint handmade said...

i really do love your photos!

SARAHSPY said...

always a big fan of your weekend photo combos. :)

Anonymous said...

new camera's looking good!

Jamie Samps said...

love the photos! Love your blog! You rock!

Anonymous said...

victoria... truly a trip thru town. love it!
enjoy your tuesday!

Sidney Ann said...

Seriously, these are beautiful! Keep on rockin' in the free world. :)

Alex aka Gypsy Girl said...

I have no idea how I never made to your blog before! I'm in San Fran too! Love your photos recounting our Sun/ Mon in the city. This weekend was clean up time for me as well (re: your last post). Since we're neighbors and all... I'll be coming over often, if you don't mind, of course. Enjoy the sunny Tuesday!

Modern Craft said...

you should pitch a book idea of these photo combos to some publishers! These are great.

EB said...

LOVE the pink mid-century. Our city rocks.

tracey said...

Great photo groupings! Very creative!

Delicate Creature said...

i agree - gorgeous photos.

who is the artist for the V painting? so cute!

sfgirlbybay said...

thank you all so much! i am loving my new camera (the Nikon D80!).

the V. is a gift from my sweet friend Ezster, and is painted by Bishop Lennon:

http://www.bishop-art.com/

S.HOPtalk said...

I love following this series, and I have to say I especially love this edition. Beautiful!

raya said...

I always love your dyptics, but this series is especially lovely. A wonderful way to start my week!