09 July 2010

The city in Sepia

San Francisco can be such a swirl of color it is nice to see it through monochromatic eyes. You notice little details and pick up on elements you would not otherwise.

View from the Coit Tower.

When riding on the cable cars, they whizz past quickly and closely.

Another new experience we had while we were there was walking across the Golden Gate Bridge. You do not realize how massive the cables are until you are up close to it, nor how long a bridge it really is. Driving across is fun, but walking across it allows for a unique perspective too.

Riding downhill on the cable car is always a thrill.

Watching the buildings come in and out of the fog makes for good entertainment.

For all you Bachelor fans out there, here is the fortune cookie shop where Ali went on her hometown. The Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Company is also the largest producer of fortune cookies outside of China.

I wonder what this means??

The California line of the cable cars is where is it at, never crowded and takes you to Russian Hill with ease.

Walking across the Golden Gate looking back at the city.

Fog enshrouded bridge.

Always time for a quick smooch.

Taking photos through the glass window on the cable car is a new found interest.

Buy either the all day pass, the three day pass or the week pass. It is a rip off to pay $5.00 each time.

That lady in the corner was totally watching me the entire time, I am glad I could provide free entertainment for her.

Pausing on the bridge.

Views from Alcatraz.

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