My absolute favorite part of my visit to Alcatraz last August was exploring the area beneath Building 64 — the area known as “China Alley.” The upper (concrete masonry) portion of Building 64 wasn’t built until the early 1900s, some 40 years after construction of the arched brick foundations. Those upper levels were built to house the military and prison […]
This morning after seeing Stan Carey’s post, A mystery letter among the leaves, I just had to share my own glittering mystery letter, spotted last Sunday on the ground at William Land Park.
Ice plant flowers come in a lot of different colors, but this was one of the prettiest I’ve ever seen. I spotted it near Baker Beach after I took a slight wrong turn on my way to Battery Chamberlin.
I keep going back to San Francisco on single-day trips, trying to capture some good images of Fort Point. My first trip was on a weekend during Fleet Week, and I came home with 82 shots on my memory card — which I somehow managed to lose in the ether while transferring them from camera to laptop. For my next […]