Second Month in San Francisco: A Photoessay

The skyline viewed from Rincon Hill
The sun shining in between building, as viewed from Rincon Hill.

With this post, about two-thirds of my summer in San Francisco has passed! I can’t believe that so much of the summer has already gone by. So without further ado, here are the pictures I’ve taken in the second month of my stay in the City by the Bay.


The Transamerica Pyramid as viewed from Chinatown
The Transamerica Pyramid as viewed from Chinatown.
Pacific Heights
The sunset on top of a hill in the Pacific Heights neighborhood, as orange fades into blue. The beautiful view worth the grueling climb.
Ocean Beach
Ocean Beach, facing the Pacific Ocean.
Golden Gate Park
A street in Golden Gate Park.
View of the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island
A view of the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island from a rooftop patio in the Financial District.
Fourth of July Fireworks on Telegraph Hill
Fourth of July Fireworks on Telegraph Hill. Karl the Flog swallowed most of them so that most of the fireworks show looked like colored lightning emanating from the clouds.
Napa Valley
The view of Napa Valley from Sterling Wineyards.
SF Skyline from Mission Bay
Catching a glimpse of the skyline while walking down a street in my neighborhood, Mission Bay.

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