9/01/2007

A long walk, Part VII

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Eriobotrya deflexa.

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I call it Tristania laurina, but I understand it was recently re-named?

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Got milk?

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Ack! I don't got milk!



Link to Part VI
Link to Part I

4 comments:

Phillip said...

I absolutely love these pictures. I am fascinated by your city (can't wait to visit one day) and it is so nice to see "everyday" photos and not the Golden Gate ones that you always see in publications.

chuck b. said...

Not so sound immodest, but as far as San Francisco goes, I actually think my neighborhood is the most visually interesting and consistently rewarding part of San Francisco to walk around in. Other neighborhoods have charm and character too, but after all these years, Bernal is the only neighborhood that really interests me very much. I feel lucky to live here.

Annie in Austin said...

After looking at the whole series, I need some coffee - but it will just be from my own kitchen, not an adorable local coffee shop.

That's some amazing place you live in, Chuck. If you're looking for a title, I submit

"The Omniscient Eye Strolls Bernal".

Or should that be rolls and strolls.

Annie

Publish or delete at your whim.

code is fuddmqh

lisa said...

Heh...I like the "NERTS"...are you a nert?