Colorful planter pots in contrast to the drab gray building. Many houses in SF were painted gray using military surplus paint shortly after World War II. This one is a holdout from that era.
Two little pugs – one black and one fawn – were waiting on the sidewalk while their owner was shopping in the produce market. They got so much attention from passers-by that being left to wait out there was probably the best part of their day.
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Muralized storefront with heavy steel door and window grates; typical of this neighborhood. Evidently the security camera did nothing to prevent their mural from being disrespected by taggers several times.
Location: 16th Street between Mission and Valencia.
Vintage arcade peep show viewing machine at Musee Mecanique, Fisherman’s Wharf. “See Naughty Marietta Do Her Stuff”.
A young seagull enjoying a beautiful August day by the pier.
A fancy ornamental wrought iron door grate, a typical embellishment to residential properties in San Francisco.
Location: Near intersection of Page and Ashbury Streets.