This gentleman was very nice and allowed me to photograph him with his two beautiful service dogs Saturday morning on Sutter Street. It wasn’t until I got home and looked at the photo that I realized he’s a U.S. Navy veteran. I wish I had taken a little more time to chat with him and to thank him for his service — as well as for his work with these gorgeous service dogs. I’m sure he probably has a lot of great stories to tell!
You don’t have to look very hard in the vicinity of Folsom’s historic Sutter Street to find quite a lot of beautiful musical instruments hoping for a second (or third, or fourth?) chance at life. Seeing them makes me wish I was a musician and could rescue every one of these treasures. Here are just a few of the instruments […]
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week.
It’s not very far from Fort Point to the Golden Gate Bridge Welcoming Center, but if you’re on foot or riding a bike, you must be prepared for a climb! I took these steps up the side of the hill, and it’s a very good workout. Although I paused about halfway up, it wasn’t to catch my breath — I […]
I spent a very happy hour wandering and peeking into all the dark corners of Fort Point on my recent visit. While there I shot more than 100 pictures and encountered only a handful of other people. The Fort is normally open to the public only on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, so if you prefer to miss the crowds of […]
In this adventure, Huell and Luis get a behind the scenes look at this engineering marvel. Miles of tunnels and millions of gallons of water make for an exciting day, but there is another aspect to the Shasta Dam – the human element. It is the people who built the dam, the people that poured concrete 24 hours a day […]