The chapel at Yosemite Valley.
Have a blessed Holy Week Observance.
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Plaque reads: Artists Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel have collaborated for more than 25 years for WAITING. They created a composite of various photographs made of people waiting at the airport. The composite photograph was then translated into a digital image, which they in turn translated into a tile mosaic.
This tile mosaic is located at the International Departure area of SFO.
SHOW YOUR WORLD is hosted by he same group of talented individuals who host Skywatch.
Fresh cut flowers
All of these can be had at your local farmers’ market. And you know you made a good decision when the produce gives you the thumbs up!
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Fishing by the bay.
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I read a blog post one day from a local San Franciscan claiming that no locals would be caught enjoying the charms and the beauty of the waterfront area or the Embarcadero. Technically, I am not a local San Franciscan. I am from the East Bay, but I feel like a local. And I have no qualms about mingling with tourists on a pleasant day to enjoy the waterfront and take photos. And tourists could tell that we are locals because we often get stopped for directions and such. I have a question to ask: Do you go to the most touristy spots in your hometown and do as the tourists do?
Here’s my contribution to this week’s WINDOW VIEWS AND DOORS TOO meme. A store along the waterfront. It caught my eyes and my lens because of the attractive color combination.
A little watery reflection in Central Park, spring of 2009.
Arriving early for your flight not only allows you not to be late for it, you also could discover what the airport has in terms of facilities and eats. It also would give you a chance to enjoy the art work. Here’s what caught my eyes and my lens the last time I was at SFO waiting for my flight. Hope you can read the marker above.
Three mashis (or aunties) as snapped from a Sikh parade. They got tired from walking and decided to hitch a ride in the back of a pick up truck.
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