That Magical, Mystical San Francisco

San Francisco. A city like no other. From the Embarcadero, to Coit Tower, to Russian Hill, to the Avenues, to The Haight, and to North Beach. Japan Town, China Town, The Mission. It’s all there, wrapped up in 49 square miles of magical, mystical beauty.

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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20 Responses to That Magical, Mystical San Francisco

  1. Madhu says:

    Will have to experience the magic and the fog sometime :-) For now ,your lovely photos will have to do.

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  2. munchow says:

    Great photographs. It’s always fun to play with the long telephoto lenses and the compression of perspective they give. My favourite is the second one. It gives a different view of San Francisco, not the usual one, with the cranes in the foreground. The light is magical in all of the photos, and I like that yellow, gloomy colour to it.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks so much Otto. These were my first “practice” shots using the manual settings on my new camera; previously I was afraid to do this, and stuck to the auto mode. I surprised myself!

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  3. E.C. says:

    Wow, great photos, they’re beautiful. They look like a movie set full of mystery and intrigue. :)

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  4. Jo Bryant says:

    the sky looks magical….is there a reason it is so foggy ???

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  5. magical, mystical … and foggy!!!

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