Tag Archives: Chinatown
To see the real action, just migrate up a couple of blocks from the tourist area of San Francisco’s Chinatown. Weekends seem especially busy with people buying produce for the week, or maybe just that evening’s meal. I spent an … Continue reading
For the Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo challenge, spear-headed by Lens and Pens by Sally, it’s photographer’s choice this week. It’s interesting that Sally’s tip of the week is about Robert Frank’s The Americans, and his photography of the … Continue reading
Some streets in San Francisco’s Chinatown are uphill and some are downhill and some are on an even keel. I’ll wrap up my Sunday travels in San Francisco’s Chinatown with just a few more random photos I took one … Continue reading
It is so totally incredible to wander down one main street in central Chinatown in San Francisco, deviate off this path by just a block at one point, and bump into some great sights. I’ll move this into a gallery … Continue reading
I had about an hour in San Francisco’s Chinatown a few weeks ago, and set up shop (leaning against a parking meter) to see what I might see of interest from this one corner. This was a suggestion I picked … Continue reading
How convenient. The weekly photo challenge for letters gives me a segue into tomorrow’s Sunday Traveler.
Here we go again; this time I’ll be taking you along on a quick trip I took into San Francisco last week, and a little time I spent, mostly hanging out leaning against a parking meter at one corner taking … Continue reading
The Transamerica Pyramid, a monument that has become one of the symbols of San Francisco; photo taken from Chinatown, another monument to San Francisco.