Random shots of the city by the bay, at or from street level.
Often, when I feel overly strapped to my desk, hankering for a trip to another land, I stroll into San Francisco's Chinatown. Once I'm off the main drags and into the residential neighborhoods or the commercial streets chockablock with shops...
My favorite new North Beach cafe occupies it own triangle-building space directly across the Columbus and Pacific intersection from the iconic copper-clad Coppola-owned flatiron landmark.
I am not sure capitalism is over, but this mural really caught our eye in the Mission district of San Francisco.
Nob Hill is one of those places that feels quintessentially San Franciscan-- with its steep hills, city vistas, and trolley car rolling up and down its slopes.
If you have a bit of extra cash, stay at the Fairmont, Standford, or Mark Hopkins...
As seen from Russian Hill
What the Eiffel Tower is to Paris, the Transamerica building at the end of Columbus Avenue defines the San Francisco Skyline. North Beach lies at its feet.
Feel like a buddha after a martini in this corner dive bar in China town
Waiting for an organic doggie biscuit to go with that fresh squeezed orange juice. On Haight Street in San Francisco.
Chad has several bears around San Francisco, and his bears are also available in galleries on a much smaller scale. This one is on Berwick Alley off Harrison near 8th in San Francisco.
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