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  • San Francisco: Scrapyards and Parrots Galore

    San Francisco: Scrapyards and Parrots Galore
    If you have some family or friends in San Francisco you should try to pay them a visit. On a recently family adventure, I got to see the famed "parrots of telegraph hill" and also explored a super cool scrapyard. One man's junk is another man's treasure.
  • Union Square, San Francisco, CA

    Union Square, San Francisco, CA
    Union Square is a major tourist attraction in the heart of San Francisco and is a great place to visit on a sunny day in "The City". Whether you're in the mood to go shopping, enjoy the sights or just take photographs with your favorite Lomo camera, this place definitely has something for everyone.
  • Spirit of the Delta

    Spirit of the Delta
    Sometimes it is good to get away from the tumultuous nature of city life and spend some time in the country. With not much to anticipate for the day except the opportunity to enjoy being on the open road, I ventured into the California delta to cover its bridges.
  • The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California

    The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California
    It's considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and its beautiful and graceful lines stretches between San Francisco and Marin County to the north - in perfect harmony with it's setting. Taken together, the bridge and the Golden Gate framing, the San Francisco skyline is one of the most awe-inspiring sights on earth and certainly one of the most photographed. One can only envy early travelers arriving in San Francisco by ship and what emotion they must have felt.
  • Red and Green San Francisco

    Red and Green San Francisco
    Yes, I know Christmas is over now, but it is one of my favorite times of the year and sometimes it takes a while to develop and have the photos ready! I have them now and I want to share some of those pictures I have with you. I really hope you’ll like them!
  • The Beautiful Bay Area

    The Beautiful Bay Area
    The cold salt-water breeze tickling your skin, a huge heart-shaped crab, unlimited shopping areas, an old prison, and that long beautiful bridge. What can possible beat a day in the Bay Area?
  • Point Reyes National Seashore

    Point Reyes National Seashore
    Took advantage of one of the first warm days of March to drive to the Northern California Coast.
  • Peace, Love, Rock-n-Roll! (Berkeley)

    Peace, Love, Rock-n-Roll! (Berkeley)
    If you'll stay in San-Francisco for a few days, this way or another you'll find yourself in Berkeley, the cradle of hippies - till nowadays you can see (and hear) the spoken word poets on the central Telegraph street. The peace-fighting atmosphere of sixties is naturally preserved till today - and you easily find some commercialized hippie-culture artifacts such as stickers, tie dye t-shirts and bijouterie.
  • Hyde Street Pier, San Francisco, California

    Hyde Street Pier, San Francisco, California
    Before the Golden Gate Bridge opened in 1937, the only way to reach Marin County, north of San Francisco, was by boat. The Hyde Street Pier was built in 1922 to accommodate automobile and passenger ferries between San Francisco and Sausalito. In 1988, the Hyde Street Pier became the centerpiece of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park and home to numerous historical vessels, some fully restored to their original beauty and others currently undergoing restoration.
  • Pinnacles National Monument

    Pinnacles National Monument
    Eventually volcanoes lose their fire and go silent. So what happens to them after? California's Pinnacles National Monument features the remnants of a volcano that has moved 185 miles (298 km) from its original location.
  • The Stockton Tunnel: A Portal Through San Francisco

    The Stockton Tunnel: A Portal Through San Francisco
    Wandering the streets near our store in Union Square, one can stumble upon many treasures! The crew from the Lomography Gallery Store in San Francisco finds a wondrous Tunnel full of amazing photo opportunities.
  • Chinatown, San Francisco, California

    Chinatown, San Francisco, California
    San Francisco’s Chinatown is the largest community of Chinese immigrants and Chinese descendants outside of Asia and also the oldest, dating from 1848. Thousands of Chinese immigrants came to California during the last half of the 1800s as a source of cheap labor for mining and building railroads and levies. Today, Chinatown is one of San Francisco’s most popular tourist attractions attracting even more visitors than the Golden Gate Bridge.
  • La Misión del Gloriosísimo Patriarca Señor San José

    La Misión del Gloriosísimo Patriarca Señor San José
    As a New Englander, Spanish missions are both foreign and fascinating to me. With this being the first mission I have ever visited, I am by no means an expert on what a mission typically entails. However, I can assure you that Mission San José is picturesque enough to be well worth more than the suggested three dollar donation.
  • Emeryville promenade and Golden Gates Bridge

    Emeryville promenade and Golden Gates Bridge
    You'll surely pass this peaceful and silent place on your way from San Francisco to Berkeley. A perfect place for the birds and yachts-watching. Home for Pixar studios cartoons, inspiring sea views, melancholic hot roads on parking lots.
  • Lafayette Hillside Memorial

    Lafayette Hillside Memorial
    The Lafayette Hillside Memorial is a collection of crosses, a protest against war as well as a memorial for the US Troops killed in Iraq.
  • Natural Mystic

    Natural Mystic
    On a foggy day, in the Fort Ross area where the Russian River meets the mouth of the ocean, I've been wandering around with my husband and my analog camera. How fog influences our perspective on life? How does it effect the light?
  • Mission Street

    Mission Street
    Everybody know how much diversity is there in San Francisco. There are many groups of people, many cultures and ways of thinking. The towns population in formed by many nationalities and Mission St. is where you can mostly get in touch with Mexican culture. You don't really need to talk to the people around to absorb the way they think or live.
  • The Day I Really Fell in Love With San Francisco

    The Day I Really Fell in Love With San Francisco
    The pictures I took in my previous visits to San Francisco seemed kind of dull. Enter my new acquisition, the Diana F+ 35mm Back and lo and behold: suddenly there's magic! Me, San Francisco and Lomo clicked instantly and something special happened, a special kind of love.
  • Mission Bowling Club

    Mission Bowling Club
    Seeking a change of pace, the Lomography SF crew decided to hold our monthly staff meeting somewhere away from the store. Someplace that we could kick back, have a laugh and enjoy hanging out with each other while we talked shop. It was easily agreed upon that the Mission Bowling Club was perfect for us!
  • Carmel-by-the-Sea

    Carmel-by-the-Sea was named Carmel by a Carmelite friar named Sebastian Vizcaino after his patron saint, Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Being a Carmen and knowing my name is originally a diminutive form of Carmel, which was made into a name as an homage to Our Lady of Mount Carmel, I had to visit Carmel-by-the-Sea of course. (Try saying all of that two times fast...) However, you do not need to be named Carmen to enjoy Carmel-by-the-Sea!

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