One of the most delightful things about San Francisco is that it was seemingly designed for photographers. And the joy of digital photography is that you can take as many pictures as you want without having to worry about how much they cost to process.
Lauren and I took full advantage of this.
Lauren does the photography project in 4H, and she can probably pick a few winners out of the ones she took while we were in San Francisco. She has a very good eye for an image. But the photos that follow are mine – I’m not sure what the rules are for 4H about publishing photos ahead of time and I’m not about to find out by disqualifying anything she took.
These are from various portions of our trip. The first one is the Ferry Building. The second is Coit Tower, photographed as we walked along the waterfront. The third is from Chinatown. The fourth is from the AIDS Memorial Grove. All of the rest are from our visit to Fort Point, underneath the Golden Gate Bridge.