AT&T Park 2015
AT&T Park, a week before the Giants' home opener.
Jessop's Clock is a large outdoor pendulum clock in San Diego, California. This photo appears at exactly 9:05 AM on my Clockograph, a photographic timepiece.
The Fred Mayes clock was on K Street outside the Wiesen and Monk Jewelers until the business was moved to its current location at 10th and J in 1946. It stood outside the one-time Mayor Art Monk’s jewelry store. The jewelry store was purchased by Fred Mayes in 1963. Mayes donated the clock to the City of Sacramento in 1993. This photo appears at exactly 6:10 PM on my Clockograph, a photographic timepiece.
This photo appears at exactly 2:27 PM on my Clockograph, a photographic timepiece. Jerry's Beefburgers, since 1953.
A crowd watches USA vs. Portugal in the 2014 World Cup. Civic Center, San Francisco.
This photo appears at exactly 11:41 AM on my Clockograph, a photographic timepiece.
Four Blocks Ahead
Motel Capri, San Francisco.
The House On Hyde Street
Cable Car 14 heads into the evening.
Dragon on Kearny Street
Gum Lung, Chinese New Year Parade 2014.
A caricaturist takes a break.
Here Comes The Night
Daniel Libeskind's modern addition to San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Committee of Vigilance
Howard Street, San Francisco.
Bicycle and cable car, San Francisco.
The Sun Also Sets
The silhouetted skyline of San Francisco.
Fire dancers in front of the Bay Bridge.
14 Reasons Why
On the San Francisco waterfront.
North Beach Hotel
On Green Street
Gino and Carlo and Golden Boy Pizza.
The General Frank M. Coxe is a steam ferry which was built for the United States Army, converted to tour ferry, then converted to restaurant, and now closed.
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