On the Western Edge – Near Lake Merced (Thumbnail image)

San Francisco’s last duel, the David Broderick and David Terry duel, occurred in this little ravine near Lake Merced in September, 1859. David Broderick got the short end of the stick, and was shot dead.. The two concrete markers in the picture are where the two men were standing. The link below will allow you … Read more On the Western Edge – Near Lake Merced (Thumbnail image)

More then and nows from a locked down town

San Francisco, like the rest of the world, has extended the shelter in place order until at least May. It’s absolutely necessary during the COVID19 Pandemic. San Francisco, although still just as beautiful, is a lonelier city to visit now, but it does offer once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities for a San Francisco aficionado. I observe very … Read more More then and nows from a locked down town

Another look back to the 1970s (For Jessica, with that urban tough look, but also pretty)

Some of the fine Dave Glass pictures from the 1970s in this set give these San Francisco locations a hard-edge or seedy look, but also something of a quaint charm in a few of them that’s still there 40 to 45 years later. 18th and Mission Streets in 1979: E NIE RAABE FOR SHE IFF … Read more Another look back to the 1970s (For Jessica, with that urban tough look, but also pretty)