San Francisco Street Walk

Today I got into San Francisco. I am in town for a Schwab conference later in the week where I am speaking on building you business with social media (my day job is as a Marketing director for an investment advisory firm in Seattle). Since I didn’t get into town and checked into the hotel until later in the afternoon, I decided to just walk around the hotel’s neighborhood and see what caught my eye.

I have always loved San Francisco and so I wasn’t sure what to expected walking around, but as I was looking at the images this evening I took a few more images of the buildings than I had in the past. I am not sure what it means, and I have never thought of myself as an architecture photographer.

Even though I normally don’t photograph buildings, it does make me excited to see what tomorrow might hold as I wonder around eating great food, meeting great people and enjoying an amazing city.

All images taken on a D700 with 70-30mm F4.5-5.6 lens on Lexar UDMA media.

October 30, 2011

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