Arriving at Powell
A San Francisco Muni light rail train arrives into the Powell Street station and disappears behind a column.
Looking up at the Hotel Intercontinental in San Francisco
Looking at the machinery powering San Francisco's cable car system. The signs above each set of cables indicate which line is controlled by each set of wheels.
Cable Car Clutter
A shop area at the operations heart of San Francisco's cable car system.
Fort Point Bedroom
Bedroom setup inside Fort Point
Say Hello to M.C. for Me
Old Stairs; New Challenges
A Study in Lines and Texture
Concrete stairs at Fort Point
Empty Fort Point Walkway
Looking along an empty walkway on the second story of Fort Point in San Francisco, California
No Corridor Beyond
In a corner of Fort Point, brickwork and a grungy window.
Spiral stairway as seen through a doorway at Fort Point, California.
Guarding the Bay
The lighthouse and brickwork of Fort Point remind us of the past in which this establishment was a military post guarding the entrance to San Francisco Bay. An arch of the Golden Gate Bridge frames the top of the photo.
Up at the Point
Looking up inside one of the stairwell areas at Fort Point in San Francisco
Teaser at Fort Point
Outside of a dirty window at Fort Point, a lighthouse and a bridge tease at what might be possible with other photos
Looking up at one of the Embarcadero Center buildings in San Francisco
Looking up at one of the buildings in the Embarcadero Center on a summer day
Palms, Art, Man
A San Francisco scene
San Francisco, California
Sideways San Francisco
Near the Embarcadero
The top of the Ferry Building in San Francisco
A decorative structure in front of one of the Embarcadero tower buildings in San Francisco
One Man Watches
It's lonely on the hotel balconies mid-day
A Good Rise
San Francisco Mountains
Ignoring the Train
At the BART Balboa Park Station
Just de Young
Roofline and Palms at the de Young Museum in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park
Not That I've Thought About It
Looking into some glass art
Long stairway at the De Young Museum in San Francisco. Each step is *just* wide enough that I couldn't comfortably walk up these stairs with a normal stride.