I was up on Haight St. in San Francisco with my daughter hanging out. When I first started this blog, one of first blogs was about the Haight decided to take some new pics on it.
One of the things I love about the Haight is the architecture. Old, stately Victorian homes that are now either residences or businesses:
|Have always loved this|
|710 Ashbury-Jerry Garcia and the Dead's hangout|
|At the Fizzary|
|Super 7-They sell clothing and Star Wars Collectables. An interesting combo|
|Inside the front window of Loved to Death which is seen on Oddities S.F.|
|One of the many clothes shops in the Haight|
|John Fluevog Shoes-Unique Soles for Unique Souls|
|Always like a BAC at the People's Cafe|
|Got to show some tie-dye|
|Amoeba Records-My favorite record store|
I just love the quaint buildings LOL @ those legs :-)ReplyDelete
I haven't seen a record shop like that in years I would have a field day in there heheh!
Have a tanfastic week and thanks for driving by ;-)
I love that place. I always have a field day there.Delete
I like Steve love architecture, these buildings have such a personality. My fav is #2ReplyDelete
Have a great day!!
Yes they do.Delete
Great post! BTW my mum's maidenname is Weseman. I don't think you are related for we are Dutch, but all the same it was funny to see her name in blogger.ReplyDelete
Wil, ABCW Team.
Don't know. The Weseman name is not that common.Delete
You always have the most interesting mix of photos =) #wwReplyDelete
Oh wow. Thank You Very Much. That put a smile on my face.Delete
I love old homes! These look great! I've always wanted to visit San Fran.ReplyDelete
You Should. There are a lot of cool homes.Delete
Creative photos of a fun place ~ Great shots!ReplyDelete
artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
Thank You Very Much,Delete
Some of these shots take me back to my flower child/hippie days!ReplyDelete
Please share your photos at the new home for Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/. I hope to see you each week!
Hey, that was the center of the action in the 60'sDelete
looks like lots of businesses still carry on the hippy days. thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Faythe @ GrammyMouseTails
They are trying too.Delete
Those are some cool buildings. I love how skinny, and tall they are. That one is so funny with the sexy legs sticking out.ReplyDelete
Had to be as S.F. is only 49 miles square.Delete
Looks like tons of fun to me!!ReplyDelete
This is something that I know our family would enjoy very much.
Have a great rest of the week!
Yes, they would.Delete
I would love to visit this area one day. Thank you for this!ReplyDelete
You are welcome.Delete
Oh my gosh!! Actual vinyl!!! I'd be in heaven! I have a thing for album cover art. and I still miss the scratchy sound of vinyl sometimes.ReplyDelete
would love to visit this area and explore all the architecture -- it's so beautiful and timeless.
I love vinyl. I gots lots of it.Delete
The legs in the window it too crazy :)ReplyDelete
I always love it when I see themDelete
Love it! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Awesome architecture! And I don't know what a BAC is, but it looks delicious.ReplyDelete
Big A** Cookie. It was deliciousDelete
Beautiful shots - thanks for sharing! :)ReplyDelete
Happy Wordless Wednesday!
You are welcome. A great place to hang.Delete
Looks like an awesome place to hang out! Happy WW! :)ReplyDelete
It is. You would love it.Delete