I would love to have a bike like the one in the third picture.
Aren - Thank you.Priya - You could totally do the paint job yourself; I'm positive that one was a DIY. Incidentally, which do you think it is: giraffe print, or leopard print?
I especially like the photo of Saint Anne's taken from inside the streetcar - it makes for an interesting "frame." Also like the small strip of flowers growing between concrete front yards - very San Francisco! The doll photo somehow disturbs me - maybe it reminds me of the evil doll in Toy Story but I know the doll in this photo and I can't reconcile her looking creepy at all. Apologies if I insult the photographer with my last comment :)
pinkapplecore - Thank you!Kim - Very Sunset, at least! Yes, I think the doll is creepy too, but I really didn't do anything to make her look that way, that was just how she was when I pulled her out of the box. I guess I could have had her limbs lolling a little less.
I remember the city...
Oh lovely series! Love the mood. And that "bamboo" bike is awesome. (By the way, have you been asking strangers for their picture?)
Shanalyse - You've only been up here for short chunks of time since you moved, isn't it?Jenica - Thanks! Actually, it's a legitimately bamboo bike, sans quotation marks. Yes, I have been some!
Your pictures make me wish I lived there.
geekspawn - Wishing to live in San Francisco is a sign that a person has her head on the right way. Thasall I'm gonna say. :)
love your eye for pics:)
her - Thank you! That's a lot of the draw of photography for me, the way the process changes how I see...
Post a Comment
© Blogger templates
Brooklyn by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008
Back to TOP