When I move to a new place, I love exploring it, but I very quickly setting into a routine of my neighborhood and work. While I still do my fair share of exploring, I tend to avoid typical “tourist” spots, and often leave my camera at home when I’m out and about in my city. This is something I’m trying to fix – the idea of going out to photograph my home – sometimes even without a visit friend I’m showing around! The other day I came home from work just before the promise of a good golden hour, so I dropped off my bag, picked up my camera, and headed right by out to catch a Castro glimpse at sunset. I live just uphill from the famous Castro Theatre and it’s self-titled neighborhood. It’s pretty classic San Francisco, and with the setting sun pushing the the fog that frequently settles in the evening, I was pretty pleased with my little outing. And now, as I’m lying in bed for the third day in a row trying to flush out this particularly foggy, achey, sick, sick, sicky, it seemed like a good opportunity to post the photos.
Oh, and beware, my attempted of being productive while sick have also resulted in me rediscovering a number of photos that I’ve never edited or posted before. You might be seeing some throw-back photos coming soon.