Ghirardelli Square – it was kind of like this photo below, okay, but not fantastic.
People claiming territory for fireworks
Fisherman’s Wharf – Below is one of my favorite street photos of the trip. I don’t know why – the combo of lighting, color, and expression, I suppose. It’s not often I can catch someone before they see my gigantic camera rig and start posing or yelling at me, and it’s so great when naturalness (points for new word creation) happens.
If you’re going to wear a dog suit, you better make sure it matches your dogs.
I didn’t realize this guy was wearing sleeves until I was processing the photo. Not cool, dude, not cool at all.
San Francisco Playland – tons of really old games and some I remember from Chuck E. Cheese’s when I was a kid. Remember Pole Position, Centipede, Wack-A-Mole, etc.? Plus the really old, antique stuff – so cool!
Well, it’s better than clammy. : )
Marietta’s stuff wasn’t all that.
This one was pretty cool – the pictures almost look 3-D.
Sorry, no fireworks. I didn’t have my tripod and turns out a person’s shoulder doesn’t really work for that. Here’s the last photo of the night – somewhat patriotic.