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parking, lots

Views from hotel rooms are something I will always photograph. (For example: San Diego; Stroud, Oklahoma; San Antonio; Oklahoma City; and Memphis.)

And here’s what I could see from a hotel room in San Francisco.

San Francisco, California
photographed 4.15.2019

the clarity of light

Sometimes images will just hang around on my computer for, say, 1,228 days between when I make them and when they emerge here.

I don’t really have an explanation, or an excuse. It’s just the way it worked out.

San Francisco, California
photographed 4.15.2019

camera/bag

It pays off to be a keen observer. It even pays off in restrooms. Because that’s where I noticed that my purse and camera, hanging on the back of the door, actually looked photo-worthy.

Mingei International Museum
San Diego, California

photographed 5.3.2022

takeoff

As it turned out, the bird changed its mind about being in the photo. Sometimes birds are like that, I suppose.

San Diego, California
photographed 4.3029

cityscape, Monday

If I looked one way from my hotel room balcony, I could see the Coronado Bridge and (if I squinted), I could make out the iconic towers at the Hotel Del Coronado. And looking the other way gave me this nice urban scene.

That balcony was just about the best part of the trip.

San Diego, California
photographed 5.2.2022

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