San Francisco in Black and White

by Harlan, May 9, 2013

In March, I traveled to San Francisco with Amy. It was the classic tourist vacation, with stops near the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, the Embarcadero, Fisherman’s Wharf, AT&T Park, and Alcatraz. I took along my Canon 5D Mark III with the intent of interpreting the vacation in black and white.

At the time we visited, the city had just begun offering cruise tours of the Bay Lights exhibit on the Bay Bridge. The view from the water of the bridge — and the baseball stadium during the San Francisco Giants’ home opening night — was spectacular. And the photographs hardly capture it.

While in San Francisco, we stayed in Japantown, at a cute hotel called Hotel Tomo. The hotel wasn’t particularly located conveniently to the various activities I had planned for the trip, but its uniqueness made up for the inconvenience. Navigating the various public transportation options was a little bit of a chore, and in some cases, hailing a cab was easier.

Only it wasn’t always that easy.

Particularly after the baseball game.

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