Last Friday marked the official first day of summer. And while it was warm on Friday, the weather took a bizarre turn–Rain until Tuesday. Mid-week it warmed up again–a hot, humid type of weather; odd for San Francisco. Wednesday also marked a milestone in marriage quality. City Hall celebrated the dismissal of Prop 8 with a colorfully lit buildings. This weeks mini day-to-day moments seen through 4×4 photos:
Sunflowers to brighten the day.
A fun day at Alta Plaza Park, enjoying the sun with Zoe and friends.
Driving into San Francisco. A gloomy, rainy day…in June!
Visiting the Exploratorium in its new, bigger playground on Pier 15 .
One of my favorite Exploratorium experiences is difficult to explain, and impossible to really show in a photograph. It’s an enormous parabolic mirror, originally designed for use in a flight simulator, which somehow creates a 3D space you can walk into, letting you coexist with your reflection. It’s razor sharp and feels eerily like real life — except for the fact that some of what you see is upside-down.
Oysters at Hog Island. What could be better than to slurp succulent oysters with a glass of champagne (or quality craft beer) while sitting outside right at the water’s edge at this Embarcadero?
Meet, Teddy! He is the newest addition to our family.
Japantown–A blazing hot, humid day in San Francisco.
A landmark day and historic win for marriage equality.
Proposition 8 Dismissal Celebrated In The City That Started It All
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