San Francisco Diaries: Soft Skies Over Downtown

Living in San Francisco, one gets used to waking up to gray skies, fog staring back at you where a view of the city is supposed to be. But to tell you the truth, overcast mornings actually delight me. It seems to go against the laws of California Girl-ness, but the photographer in me just sees a giant softbox in the heavens and rejoices (as was the case this past Saturday). Here are some shots from a low-key photowalk across Downtown San Francisco, traversing Nob Hill and Chinatown all the way to the Ferry Building, then back again through Union Square and Chinatown and a bit of that quiet stretch between Nob Hill and Russian Hill.

1000 Mason St. Hitchcock's Vertigo, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel Garcia Pair of Trees on Powell Street, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel GarciaPortrait of the Ferry Building Clock, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel GarciaClaude Lane Sign in the Alley, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel GarciaPoster in the Window at Café de la Presse, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel GarciaFar East Flea Market in Chinatown, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel Garcia Ross Street Shop Window, Chinatown, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel GarciaMan Pushing Flower Cart in Chinatown, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel GarciaFresh Produce Shop in Chinatown, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel Garcia Bananas and Oranges in Chinatown, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel GarciaHanging Clothes in Chinatown, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel GarciaPowell Street Cable Car and Motorcyclist | Carla Gabriel GarciaQuitoKeeto Shop Window, Nob Hill, San Francisco | Carla Gabriel Garcia

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