I swear your pictures make me want to actually *like* SF :D
I think I like the one in white with the red and white plaid. Looks to have a strong form.
Hypnotic bridge-and-fog shots!! Wonderful, no wonder it's the most recognized landmark in the world... also I really enjoy your shots of passers-by. Beautiful photo of the Palace of Fine Arts caryatid. I wish I had her on an oversized canvas, on the wall. Your camera work is so super-crisp and the colors are so vibrant.
What beautiful shots. The two taken of the water feature in the foregroung with the fog and the bridge behind are especially nice. It is almost as if you superimposed the fog and bridge on to the shot. (When you have time, will you let me know how you post your pictures on the blog from flickr avoiding Picassa? I just got a message that I have used up the majority of my free space on Picassa and by the end of the year will likely have to start paying.)
I do like The City, I just don't want to *live* there! Great shots. Was anyone other than you actually enjoying the view of the Palace of Fine Arts? They all look like they're in a rush to get somewhere...Fog watching is one of my favorite things, I was out on my hillside before the sun was up watching it flow into the valley. I hope I got some shots as good as yours.
Michelle: Lol. Everyone was rushing to/from Starbucks. Those guys all work at Lucas Digital Arts in the Presidio. They see the Palace every day. Ho hum...Les: I sent you a Flickr mail.Bonnie: I wish I had her as a statue in my garden!Hi Christopher, Hi Katie!
You shot some stranger's Kindle? Was that a zoom shot?
Never mind -- yes, it was. A 4x digital zoom. Your photos now come with like 4 pages of specs!
Yeah. Bad, huh. The picture file size is very small so it would not be possible to see what it was. Also, I never took a picture of his face, so it's just a picture of text on a Kindle.
Actually, I did get a picture of his face, but it's not a very good one you wouldn't necessarily know it who it was.
Great shots of the Golden Gate and Palace of Fine Arts. I especially like the very first one with just the tip of the bridge above the fog.
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