Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Spooky Photo Spot at Angelina’s Cafe on Halloween night. Here are some pics from the parade of costumed families we photographed. All photos can be viewed – and downloaded for free in high… Continue Reading
Have you been to OpenSFHistory.org? It’s a website run by the Western Neighborhoods Project that is slowly posting digitized versions of a large, historic collection of San Francisco photos donated by an anonymous resident. You can search by name or… Continue Reading
Reader Josh S. snapped these pics of a Cooper’s Hawk eating a freshly caught pigeon on an inner Richmond sidewalk on Sunday. Don’t miss that blood-soaked beak. Beware pigeons! Sarah B.
Reader and photographer Louis Raphael sent us these photos that reveal some hidden love in the neighborhood: “It turns out there are two hearts that can found in the Richmond District. One is the shape of Sutro Park seen from… Continue Reading
The Chronicle shared a nice collection of shots today that were taken from the cockpit of the Goodyear Blimp in June 1975. In June 1975 one of The Chronicle’s photographers captured stunning sights: views of the city and surrounding areas… Continue Reading
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Spooky Photo Spot at 22nd & California last night to get their picture taken, and enjoy a magic show. Thanks to Angie of Angelina’s Cafe for hosting again this year. We hope everyone… Continue Reading
Louis Raphael, photographer for the SF Travel Association, sent us these pics he snapped on Sunday of a low fog over the outer Richmond. See more of them here. Enjoy! Sarah B.
If you haven’t spent much time on OpenSFHistory.org, remedy that immediately! It’s a fantastic collection of historic photos from a private collector that the Western Neighborhoods Project is hard at work digitizing, and sharing with the world. Here are a… Continue Reading