San Francisco – Street Photography

I was only in downtown San Francisco once during our February 2014 visit. We rode the street car past a hotel or hostel where chairs were set out on the edge of the sidewalk.

Taken from the N Judah street car from 9th Avenue to downtown.

Taken from the N Judah street car from 9th Avenue to downtown.

Upon arriving on Market Street we hiked uphill to California Street. Whew.  The wait for the famous San Francisco street cars was quite short, but we needed the exercise.

Climbing uphill.

Climbing uphill.

After we visited Grace Cathedral, we walked back down to Market Street. There was a three-alarm fire that day at an auto body repair shop in the Bayview District. We noticed the smoke as we walked.

Going downhill from the visit at Grace Cathedral.

Going downhill from the visit at Grace Cathedral.

Where there's smoke...

Where there’s smoke…

Ironic that one of the few photos I took was of a water hydrant?

Grin.

Grin.

Taken because my community theatre group in Prince Edward Island is also called ACT (a community theatre)!

Taken because my community theatre group in Prince Edward Island is also called ACT (a community theatre)!

We had lunch at Salt House, where we had eaten on by birthday almost exactly four years before.

Lunch, sitting at the bar at Salt House, a restaurant I would highly recommend.

Lunch, sitting at the bar at Salt House, a restaurant I would highly recommend.

Every now and then I get the opportunity to have a picture of me.

BuntyMcC self portrait with Pentax K20.

BuntyMcC self portrait with Pentax K20.

Next post: Pacifica, CA

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One comment on “San Francisco – Street Photography

  1. Beautiful photos. Thanks so much for sharing. I feel like I was there 🙂

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