A captivating modernist archway at a small (closed) movie theater in western San Francisco.
Looking west onto the Pacific Ocean from the Sutro Baths ruins in San Francisco. This photo was taken using a Soviet-era Helios 44-2 lens, which gives it (at least to my eyes) a retro vibe.
The blue water tower in McLaren Park, San Francisco.
Fountain and facade on the east side of Maritime Plaza, downtown San Francisco.
The Vaillancourt Fountain at Embarcadero Center. Another image from the same magical day in San Francisco as our previous two Wordless Wednesdays.
The beautifully modernist Hyatt Regency at Embarcadero Center, San Francisco.
A rather blue photo of the Bay Bridge in San Francisco using Hipstamatic, taken on a beautiful summer-like day this past weekend.
A hopeful image as we all embark on a new chapter.
Looking past some red pillars towards Mount Davidson in San Francisco. The famous “Mount Davidson Cross” is partially visible at the top of the image.
Three windows, one bricked. This is an old factory building at the base of Potrero Hill in San Francisco. More specifically, this is the location of Harry Caul’s workshop in the film The Conversation. The bricked window is where Harry’s desk was located.
You can see our detailed review and analysis of The Conversation in this video.