November in SF, in 21 Photos
Snow, girls, swings, bikes: Let's review.
San Francisco is the most Instagrammable city on the planet. Hence: 21 ’Grams, our compendium of the month that was, as taken by you, oh intrepid documentarians of the City by the Bay.
You really can shoot this bridge 10,000 different ways.
It’s actually all about the clouds.
Who said they wanted a toy for Christmas?
This is why we need to get back to Tartine Manufactury.
In case you forgot why you moved here.
Though of course it’s good to get out of town, whether as close as Mount Tam …
Or Mill Valley, which has all kinds of sights. Nature-made …
Or captured by man.
Make that: There are 10,001 ways to shoot this bridge.
And 10,001 ways to get outside.
There is some intense pine tasting going on at Lazy Bear.
Also, if you’ve been by the Great Northern yet, treat yourself. (Fun times.)
Equally fun: fried chicken at The Bird.
We have a lot to be proud of, and some hard work to do.
And landmark bridges to obsessively shoot (for the 10,003rd time).
And delicious things to eat. (The green is chimichurri sauce.)
Via AETHER, this is Post Ranch Inn. One-hundred fifty-one miles on the 101 South.
The winter sky has arrived. Which gives us only one thing to do.
Let the fun begin. (By the way, our buddies up in Tahoe got a foot of snow this weekend.)
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