I love your new camera! Thanks for all the sunny day photos. It's snowy in Seattle, as we enter what's predicted to be our longest cold snap in 20 years.
Mmm, tamales. So funny, I posted about farmer's markets today too. Happy you're enjoying your new camera-E.
San Fran overload.Is it terrible that I am more drawn to the houses, looking at the different styles, colors and architectural details than the shrubberies and fresh produce?How does any one drive a stick shift in that city? It would freak me out.
Wish my neighborhood had that kind of style. Some of the cars even seem to match the houses. Love the yard with the cacti in the red tubs.
Stick shift slick shift, how does anyone even walk there? And after seeing all of that wonderful produce, TAMALES! You really live in an interesting area. People are free to be as artsy and they wish, hooray! The new camera is taking to you, and I saw you in the mirror or window under the stairs!Frances
Thanks for the tour. I couldn't imagine living on streets that steep or being able to buy persimmons that cheap.
i love thes kind of pictures ! when you walk in the streets, in the market with your camera. Thank you.your french fan
Those are steep hills! The houses and plants in front of them look like they're defying gravity by standing upright. I love that red gated entry. And that spiraling agave!
Nobody's befuddled by organic fungi? I mean, what's the alternative? Synthetic fertilizers?
Thanks for that fabulous tour. I look at all those hills and can't imagine it — then I remember I'm thinking like a Wisconsinite. If you've ever lived in a snow belt area and driven a van at the same time, your fear of hills never goes away!
Your neighborhood is so colorful and cool, and that farmer's market looks huge! Heh, "organic" mushrooms...I thought they ALL were, but maybe some growers use insecticides. (Or maybe slug-killer.) Such a big variety of stuff to buy. The elderly person seated by the guitar and saw-does she (he?) play those? That agave is the shit! The seating area with the pergola looks inviting.
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