This is looking back on San Francisco from Sausalito California.
Sausalito really is landscaped so prettily. This little boy and I both found this fountain intriguing!
As were leaving San Francisco, we headed out across the Golden Gate Bridge. We couldn’t leave without stopping to take a few photos of the iconic bridge. Of course there are millions of photos of the bridge and I’m sure my few don’t add anything unique, but I still couldn’t help snapping a few. It’s such a gorgeous bridge.
Looking back on San Francisco.
I didn’t take that many photos in Chinatown. There was just too much to see in too small of an area for me to really capture it. Even the above photo, you can see the girl standing in the street taking a photo. There were people everywhere. Tourists, like us, gawking and snapping pics with the phones and then the regulars trying to actually shop or sell.
A trip to San Francisco would not be complete without journeying to Haight Ashbury. Journey being the operative word there. If anyone tells you that it looks like an easy walk from Alamo Square to Haight Ashbury, please assure them that it isn’t. Oh, on a map it looks so doable, especially for my husband and I who love to walk. But what the map doesn’t show you are the hills. Oh. My. Gosh. The hills. There were times when I would look at the next hill coming up and practically want to weep. We persevered though and made it. There wasn’t really much to see, other than the sign, or perhaps we were just too exhausted to contemplate our surroundings!
As you can tell, I absolutely loved San Francisco. I just can’t get enough of the architectural details. If you think I’m posting a lot of photos here, you should see the millions that I’m not showing!!! For someone who thinks more is better, digital cameras are my downfall. Why take one shot when it’s so easy to take a twenty or thirty. I am really trying to work on this though, focusing more on what I want to show in the photos. What I loved about this one was the man in the front and the bird on the weather vane.
It’s all about the details.