Even though I grew up in San Francisco and lived there most of my life, a few sites still take my breath away: Ocean Beach when the fog is moving in, Nob Hill during a golden sunset, and the Garden Court in the Palace Hotel.
An almost iconic image from the Chapel of the Nativity, at Grace Cathedralin San Francisco.
One of several, beautiful windows at Notre Dame des Victoires Church, in San Francisco. The intimate beauty of the interior and exterior make the windows serenely luminous.
A set of windows, depicting Jesus as both the Light of the World, and The Good Shepherd. These sit just above the altar at the grand Grace Cathedral in San Francisco.
An old photo. A perfect sunset. A ways away. A different time. Sometimes I miss my hometown. I miss her especially when I see photos like this.
This is the first of my experiments with early evening photography — long-exposures, in particular. Not too bad, but then again, the City is rather photogenic, in any light.
I have always enjoyed my commute home to downtown San Francisco, especially since I take the bus that stops at the top of Nob Hill, instead of the one that stops in the middle of the Tenderloin. Last night, preoccupied by my thoughts, and wanting to get home and out of the chilly wind, I […]
Always photogenic, and one of my favorite places, Grace Cathedral at dusk.
I took a few photos of the beautiful stained glass at the astonishing San Francisco Columbarium yesterday. I intend to return soon, with photos of the wonderful 1898 exterior, and better shots of the mezzanines and dome. Click on any image below to view a slideshow. When viewing the slideshow, advance to the next picture […]
While on a walking meditation on Grace Cathedral’s labyrinth a few weeks back, as I turned and looped and gently guided my mind to stillness, I kept seeing the warm face of the Mark Hopkins Hotel, framed by daffodils and the darkening winter sky. Its flag flapped festively overhead, while each window whispered with the […]