Sharon Lam, AP art show
Philz Coffee–Am not an avid coffee drinker but I could be if I lived closer to Philz. And what a mission statement they have. Was most intrigued by the ordering/paying/picking up routine in place.
Karl the Fog–Provides endless entertainment from across the Pacific though stalking him in person is preferred. Humour, wit, good looks and some stealthy moves…need I say more.
landmarks–better than a compass
climbing high–Plethora of vantage points…really every other block it seems . A view whichever direction you look.
frozen goodness–Can one city have more specialty ice-cream stores? Have yet to make my rounds but they all look delightful.
green green grass and blue blue sky
art everywhere–in and around the city and an abundance of art happenings
the dahlia dell & golden gate park–Symmetry, colour and organic forms abound. Pretty much everything I enjoy doing within its 4.1 km².
july 2012 . united . airbnb
twenty is hard for sf
sitting by stow lake when they decided to stop by…those eyes
great place to run–ggp
she was alone–parra
looking up from the sculpture garden at sfmoma
if only i had a license…and a car. actually the sign is just pleasantly enticing but i’d prefer the 1
grey and blustery day on the pier
one day i will sit on a fire escape
karl makes his move
blue sky and sunshine and grass. this is not decorative grass like over here. it’s grass that you can step on, sit on and do cartwheels on. joy!
japanese tea garden
i see you
love the coast
sutro tower…i like landmarks
one last visit to the dahlias
The ever changing landscape in Arizona is stunning as is the vastness and colours of the sky. Have you ever seen it rain from afar as grey clouds sail across the blue? Breathtakingly beautiful.
San Francisco is beautiful in a different sense. It’s a city in the sky, appearing and disappearing as it pleases. Mesmerized by my first sighting of hummingbirds, that strange feeling of running into fog, the perfect symmetry of dahlias.
I forgot to photograph the postcards I painted in SF before mailing them off…next time.