Monday, March 9

Sunday in the City.

This Sunday was so gloriously sunny and warm, I was inspired to get out there with camera in hand once again! I was cruising around with the top down, doing my 'drive-bys' all over Potrero Hill, and up around Nob Hill, capturing a bit of the grittier side of the city. Thanks to everyone for filling in last week for Sunday in Your City. We'll do that again, so feel free to send me submissions! In the meantime, here's a look at sunny San Francisco.


It's All Downhill From Here.


Trailer Trash.


Orange Crush.


Checkered Past.


Little Bit of Blue.


Enjoy Responsibly.


A Walk in The Parkside.


Fluff 'n Fold.

14 comments:

The Clever Pup said...

Ahhh

Very nice juxtapositions. Clever.

Nice to see the sun.

Lisa said...

Gorgeous and delightfully inspiring to a girl in New Hampshire watching the snow fall....thank you!

melly said...

i liked Enjoy Responsibility for this week, such a smart line.

Natalie said...

You are so talented! These are lovely - you have an eye for finding beauty in places most people would least expect it to be. xx. Natty

Caroline @ Absolutely Unique said...

Oh this is so beautiful! Lovely pairings!
xx

Annette said...

Love the colors and the light. I almost can feel the warm sun...

f2images said...

Love the vintage/retro feel of these images!

Rachel said...

I'm loving these colors! They make me feel like spring is finally coming.

Tara said...

Geez, I love your photos!

citysage said...

Fabulous as usual. I was so thankful for the sunshine we finally had here in the Bay Area and you captured it beautifully!

kara said...

Looks like you had an absolutely BEAUTIFUL day! I feel warm and sunny just gazing at the photos- a big deal since I am sitting in cold, foggy, frozen Minneapolis!

Susanne said...

Truly inspirational stuff, thanks for sharing!!!
I think you might be interested in dropping by my new new blog on the tiles we make and sell through Ann Sacks. http://kibaktile.blogspot.com/
am an old surf girl myself growing up in La Jolla on the beach in the 60's. What a life :)

johanna said...

i am a great fan of your dyptics !!!
it would be fun next time to put all the pictures (mixed) and ask us (readers) to put them together, just to see if it's as easy (& evident) as it seems !

Marie-Eve said...

Beautiful and inspiring photos... i am in love with the grey window with a flower box at the bottom.