11/8/09

On Bernal Hill

I took a walk a little before dusk.

From Bernal Hill

On Bernal Hill

On Bernal Hill

On Bernal Hill

Folsom St. in the Mission is lined with Chinese Elm (Ulmus parvifolia).

Ulmus parvifolia on Folsom St.

While other streets have very few trees.

From Bernal Hill

From Bernal Hill

From Bernal Hill

From Bernal Hill
Bernal Hill

Bernal Hill

Bernal Hill

Bernal Hill

Bernal Hill

Bernal Hill

Bernal Hill

Over Bernal Hill

Bernal Hill

11 comments:

Les said...

Some of those shots overlooking the city look as if they were taken from that red jet.

Katie said...

So neat!

queerbychoice said...

It's a no-crops circle!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

What a beautiful day! I love all the views of the houses. We just bought tickets to come down in January. Hope we can get a few sunny days like this then.

Carri said...

So lovely Chuck- your pictures are always amazing!

Bonnie Story said...

The views of Mt Tam really tug at my heartstrings.

Blackswamp_Girl said...

Wait, how is it that your photos are so clear? I thought that San Fran was known for its fog/smog?!!!

I adore the maze... or as qbc calls it, the "no-crops circle."

Matt said...

Great pics as always, Chuck. What a beautiful, clear afternoon!

azplantlady said...

What beautiful photos of the city, terrain and people. Such a clear day - I am glad you took advantage of it to take pictures to share with us.

Kaarina said...

SO much clearer than here in seattle :( wish I could fly like that big red plane.

Christopher C. NC said...

Now in some ways it is surprising there are not houses parked all over that hill with that expensive view. I suppose plenty houses in San Fran have a view anyway so letting a couple of hills be is doable. Do you use a tripod to steady the camera. I bet not, just the steady hands of a laboratory chemist.