Like all big cities, San Francisco is rich of different
neighbourhoods and different atmospheres. Here is a little overview.
Tenderloin & downtown –
Hayes Valley –
Marina & the Presidio–
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Built in 1972, the Transamerica pyramid is the tallest skyscraper in San Francisco. This rocket ship building inspired Star Wars sets but has unfortunately no public access except for its first floor lobby.
Clarion alley (Mission area) –
Women’s building (Mission area) –
On Columbus avenue –
In The Tenderloin area –
Corner of Haight street –
art, Travel |
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Walking around San Francisco is quite a workout but it’s totally worth it as you get amazing views over the city and the bay.
North Beach and Russian Hill are beautiful neighbourhoods.
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Sculptures by George Segal (1924–2000) which honor the gay rights movement in – Christopher park
– Lovers locks on Brooklyn bridge
A bird feeder on the High Line –
Avenue of the – elms in Central Park
The – East coast memorial is a World war II memorial in Battery Park
The statue of Liberty –
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New-York’s colors and neighbourhoods are vibrant and energetic, reflecting the pulse of this amazing city.
Lower East side –
Greenwich village –
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As I walked over Brooklyn bridge, I enjoyed this unusual view of the city, the skyscrapers partly hidden in the clouds in a nice grey & mocha color palette.
Looking around and finding unexpected details in the scenery that surrounds you when you’re travelling is a wonderful thing. Open your eyes to anything!
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Boston’s architecture is very diverse : modern, historical, industrial. Brick houses, churches, skyscrapers and factories appear in a nice composition of shapes, colors and volumes.
Pictures taken in downtown and around North End.
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