Monday, July 7

Sunday in the City.

Well, I finally made it out of the house for a little bit of an Independence Day! Some freedom from laying around, resting my brain into absolute atrophy! It felt good, and I was happy to be out with my camera in hand. I'm still recuperating, but it felt great to get out in my favorite city. Here's a little bit of what brightened my weekend.

Cupcake Club.


Rite Brain.


Mario Times Two.


Candy Shoppe.


Red, White & Blue.


Popcorn.

16 comments:

janis said...

I like to play detective and guess what neighborhoods you've visited. In this one I see North Beach and maybe some China Town (Pop pop).
Glad you're feeling better!

karina said...

Simple and beautiful, lately are my favorite words

melly said...

You always have the most inspiring photos, thank you :}

Tracey said...

Oh- I want to be a member of the cupcake club! Great collage of photos!

Elena said...

Very clever, as usual!

Orange Pattern said...

Back in full effect. Love, love, love.

Nathalie said...

oh those cupcakes look amazing !

Kimberly Miller said...

I love your pics. They make me totally homesick. I am a native northern californian, currently stuck in Arizona. I lived in SF for 10 years in the St. Vincent district, off of 19th and Ulloa/Vicente. Looking through your blog, I just can't wait to get back home. Your photography is awesome.

Creatively,
Kimberly
www.kimberleekreations.blogspot.com/

Jerusalem said...

FAB pictures!

Fifi Flowers said...

LOOKS LIKE SNACK TIME! Yummies!
Running for a piece of dark chocolate thanks to your post!

m e l i g r o s a said...

man, tha mario's on col.&union was one of my first dates place. eeee <3

wunderbug said...

hi! i found you through a link on julia's redotter blog.

i love your pictures - especially the blue door and the orange sign. they're so saturated and bright!

Dionne said...

What/where is the candy shop pictured? I want to go there!

sfgirlbybay said...

Thanks all - it's good to be back and feeling better! :)

The candy shop is new and it's on Chestnut Street near Steiner. That door is to some other shop, though, just so you know. Part of my photoshop diptych madness! ;)

Meghan Maguire Dahn said...

I really like the "Rite Brain" diptych. It manages to be resonant on a number of levels without becoming over-complicated.

Anonymous said...

nice pics.

anyway, leftside of the last pic is the firecrackers which its shape looks like the garlic, not popcprn.
:)

love your blog,
rosia