I think I may have mentioned that I love the architecture in San Francisco. So much character, so much elegance. We don’t have a lot of that in San Diego and it’s one thing I really miss about the East Coast. We were pretty busy in San Francisco, but I did manage to shoot these buildings when we were running to catch a cable car.
Probably my favorite.
Those details. Check out that clam shell decoration on the base of the window.
Yes, those are Christmas wreaths and a Santa hat. We were there in December, but I’m getting seriously behind. Writing the memoir isn’t going to help, but there it is.
I’m just now noticing all the rounded roof lines. Makes everything more interesting, huh?
Not a pastel, but I like the lines a lot. It’s probably more art deco?
You can see more San Francisco architecture here.
Great weekend, everyone!
I agree. 🙂
I haven’t seen those pastels. You would never see that here. So uplifting and cheerful.
They remind me of Estonia and Finland, Caroline. Yes, very cheerful.
Would love to go there one day 🙂
I can definitely recommend it!
Love the architecture of S.F. and your images, very well done Carole. You are right down here in South California it is hard to find buildings like that.
Thanks so much, Cornelia. I think downtown L.A. may have some nice architecture, but I haven’t been there in years.
Yes indeed L.A. has some really beautiful architecture. Maybe we should go together for a “field trip”.
That would be fun!
I love those colors!
Same here. 🙂