This ramble started in the Cole Valley neighborhood and proceeded to Tank Hill, Eureka Valley, Noe Valley, and the Mission District.
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A view from Eureka Valley.
A view of the eastern side of Mount Sutro.
In Cole Valley.
A view of treeless Corona Heights Park, and to its left is Buena Vista Park.
This is the Romain Street pedestrian overpass. It crosses over Market Street and is located in Eureka Valley.
This is the fifth version of Saint Ignatius Church. The church was dedicated in 1914, and it is located on the campus of the University of San Francisco.
A view of the Cole Valley neighborhood.
On the right is treeless Corona Heights Park, and to its left is treed Buena Vista Park. In front of Buena Vista Park is small Mount Olympus Park.
Ahead are two San Francisco police department and fire department radio communication towers.
Twin Peaks as seen from the intersection of 23rd Street and Diamond Street.
A house in the Noe Valley neighborhood.
In the Mission District.
Here is a view from the Cole Valley neighborhood. The location is at the intersection of Alma Street and Cole Street.
This photo, taken in the Mission District, is looking southeast from the intersection of Dolores Street and 24th Street.
"A camera is a tool for learning how to see without a camera." Dorothea Lange "Photography has not changed since its origin except in its technical aspects, which for me are not important." Henri Carter-Bresson "There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer." Ansel Adams The first volume of the San Francisco Bay Area Photo Blog contains galleries of photographs posted on the Internet between 2002 and 2011. Click Here to view those photos.
These photographs were taken with a Sony camera.