Monday, September 24, 2018

San Francisco Public Open Space


I was walking in San Francisco and saw this beautiful plaza that was Public Open Space. It was actually two spaces but they were across the street from each other so I am combining them into one:









And there were these three:




I love finding these hidden gems in San Francisco.

39 comments:

  1. So typical of the city by the Bay.

    Worth A Thousand Words

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  2. Enjoy your sharing of the hidden gems you find. What fun ones. :)

    Peabea from Peabea Scribbles

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  3. The last picture... I'm not sure I would have chosen it for a statue to display but that's why we all appreciate different things.

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  4. They bring a smile to the face.

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  5. What a nice plaza to have open to the public! Thanks for linking on Amanda's Books and More. Wishing you a lovely week.

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  6. Those three made me smile! Love them!

    Happy WW,

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  7. Love the photos :-)

    Have a tanfastical week :-)

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  8. What a beautiful space, it would be nice to go there to get away from work for a while.

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  9. How awesome, and what fun, quirky sculptures! I bet San Francisco is full of picturesque, unique spots.

    Kim

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  10. I love finding things that are a bit 'different'! Fabulous artworks!

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  11. Looks like they have a sense of fun, which I love xx Maria

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  12. Well those last three were a bit wild and wonderful Patrick - I love all the interesting sculptures you find to share each week.
    #MLSTL and I've shared on my SM :)

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  13. Such a cool display!! Love the creativity. Debbie from Debs-world.com #mlstl

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  14. Love the three stone heads especially the 'grin'

    Mollyx

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  15. Nice shots, looks like a quiet place to sit too. Thanks for sharing :)

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  16. Those quirky/scary faces are the best! Cool little find, definitely the kind of spot I like to come across in my travels...

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  17. I like that they are stylized sculptures, vs ultra realistic. That makes them have more personality in my mind.

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  18. Patrick,

    What interesting discoveries in San Fransisco! Those three statue heads for lack of better description, what are these? lol Thanks for sharing and linking up today, my friend. Have a purrrfectly pAwesome afternoon!

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  19. Nice public open space and fun art work. Thanks for sharing. #MLSTL

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  20. I love the last three the very best. So unique.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

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  21. So neat! Love the metal sculptures.

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  22. Oh, I want to go check that out. Where exactly is it? I've never seen it.

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  23. What unusal sculptures, Patrick. It is lovely to see a green space within the CBD to relax from the hustle and bustle. Thanks for sharing with us at #MLSTL and have a great weekend.

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  24. I love street art and sculptures!

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  25. True and there all gems.
    I take part in wordless wednesday

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  26. I loved San Fran when my mom lived there.
    I loved visiting her from Florida.

    Thanks for sharing!

    - Lisa

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  27. It is quite spacious and lovely. Love all those art works there

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  28. Great photos - and so many different things to see!
    Thank you for joining The Really Crafty link Party, and enjoy the rest of your week.

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  29. Love the art. Great little finds. #ablogginggoodtime
    Tracy
    www.viewfromthebeachchair.com

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  30. haha the three are funny aren't they! I especially liked number 1. It looks like a really great place to sit and have a break and just reflect. Thank you for the recent comments on my blog too through #ABloggingGoodTime I hope you keep saying Hi to people even if they don't say it back they probably still thought that was nice someone notices them. Have a great week ahead.

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  31. You find the coolest things to share! Thank you for sharing with us at Celebrate Your Story and have a great weekend.

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  32. These are great. You get to see some amazing things :) Thanks for sharing at The Wednesday Blog Hop.

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  33. Fantastic. Thank you for sharing with #TriumphantTales

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  34. What a quaint little place to stumble upon! The last few photos made me smile! #bloggerclubuk

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  35. I love open space art too. My favorite is the colorful one that looks like a kid's board game piece. #Alittlebitofevertyhing

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  36. looks lovely and a great break from the urban
    Thanks for linking to #ablogginggoodtime

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