Monday, January 12

Sunday in the City.

It was a gorgeous sunny, and even somewhat warm weekend here in San Francisco this weekend! I was even able put the top down on the bug, to shoot some of my 'drive-bys', as well as take some random bits as I strolled around the city streets. I hope you all had a great weekend, too and saw lots that inspired you!

Keeping it Green.


Vintage Vogue.


Street Signs.


Palace Guard.


Dog at the Door.


All Signs Point to Polka Dots.


Home & Away.

15 comments:

Tamstyles said...

Those pictures look like Sunday to me. I love Sunday. I slept in till 3!

seesaw designs said...

I love your Sundays in the City, by the way. So inspiring!

Ashley Rose Photography said...

Oh so inspiring :)

Becky said...

:) what a lovely weekend!

Laura said...

These pictures are amazing and wonderful. Great capture of the city. Thank you for sharing.

Beachgirrl said...

I wish I could come out and play with you. What I would give to jump into a bug and do some "drive by shooting". It's a little hard to manage that here when its -17. And that's the high temp. At least I get to hang out with you virtually. :-) -Alisa

Robin said...

wasn't it the most beautiful day??? i literally felt happier being outside soaking up the warm sunshine!

Meg said...

I can feel the warmth through these pictures! Beautiful, thanks for sharing!

julia b. edelmann said...

Feels as if I was there, too!
Sunshine rocks!

sflovestory said...

I know the lady in the first picture. She is very kind but will never accept any charity. I can't even imagine how hard she must work. Beautiful capture.

Jenny said...

yeah - love this feature. REally cheers me up, and inspires me to look at my own day to day differently!

"Infing" said...

Lovely dog!!

Jenny RInzler said...

Can you believe this weather we're having? Sunshine and warmth make me so happy.

Ashley said...

What beautiful shots! Amazing how beautiful home is when you take the time to look at it. These images (and the concept) is so inspiring!

Sarah said...

Mmm..the Motel Capri has been in my boyfriend's family for generations. In fact, it was opened by his grandparents and is still family owned. Good memories of all the family events held there, even today. :) Thanks for the nod.