He saw. She saw. A walk around San Francisco

Pier 7

Pier 7

A couple of Saturdays ago, Mary and I went on a great six mile walk through the east side of San Francisco.  We started in Union Square, walked down to the Ferry Building, then along the water to Fisherman’s Warf and Ghirardelli Square, through Little Italy and finally through Chinatown.  There was a lot to see and photograph.  Here is what we saw.

The short section along Market Street had some fantastic options for architectural photos.

By Mary

By Mary

Same building by Peter

Same building by Peter

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You could spend hours in the Embarcadero and the Hyatt Regency.

Inside the Hyatt by Mary

Inside the Hyatt by Mary

Inside the Hyatt by Peter

Inside the Hyatt by Peter

Seeing and walking through the Ferry Building and market is always fun.

The "50" is for the Superbowl

The “50” is for the Superbowl

Pier 7 and Coit Tower always look great.

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Fisherman’s Warf is entertaining, but can also be very chaotic.

By Peter

By Peter

By Mary

By Mary

This is a classic shot in Little Italy.  Be forewarned – the only way to get this composition is to stand in the middle of a three way intersection at Columbus and Broadway.  Make sure you have a look out for you.

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There is a lot to see and photograph in Chinatown.  There are a lot of pattern and color.

 

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By Peter

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By Mary

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By Mary

We have several blogs about photographing San Francisco.  Just type in San Francisco in the search box at the top of the page.

To see more of (and buy) our photos, please go to www.pamphotography.com.

 

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2 thoughts on “He saw. She saw. A walk around San Francisco

  1. Love these images so much. Since I’m a city gal, I’m always interested in seeing urban images from photographers with key eyes like yours. Admire your “seeing” ability and how your isolate the details. Compelling.

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