Sunday, March 15, 2009

San Francisco is Romantic Place

Since I have been writing Multi-writer Japanese Blogs for about 2 years, I kept taking San Francisco Photographs during that time. Some of them are famous sightseeing places such as Golden Gate Bridge, or Fisherman's Wharf, etc...

The title back picture I use for this blog is also the picture I took from Presidio Park. Left one is another. In Presidio Park and just east outside of Presideo Park entrance, there are lots of good places to take Golden Gate Bridge.

Many of them are just cut out of 1 scenery of San Francisco. Some times I stay in the car waiting for appointment time, or just killing time. I took pictures from inside of my car.

I like town scenery type of pictures myself. It may be nothing unique or interesting for the people who want to take famous places pictures, but they remind me the time of myself when I took those pictures. Left tin horse was taken on Sutter Street when I took my wife and my mother in law for Thai, Singapore, Malaysia Style restaurant in Downtown. It is just a Art Gallery Show Window. I felt so funny I could find this horse around 8:00pm after our dinner is finished.

Some times I can find a city ordinary scene type of view in the sightseeing type of places. The below are taken on Powell Street, in the place people waiting for riding Cable Car which was turned on turn table to change direction.

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2 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Shaw .. I love the tin horse .. it is a wonderful picture & a good art piece.

It's good for me to see different pictures of San Francisco

So thank you for filling my missing link!

Hilary: Be Positive Be Happy

Shaw said...

Dear Hilary,

Thank you for your comment. I am glad you like the tin horse. It is my favorite one among others. I will keep posting about San Francisco, Bay Area.

Shaw Funami