San Francisco Abstract: Extra 2

At intermittent times, when visiting and wandering about the city of San Francisco, little pieces of the city show themselves to my lens.

Today is all about the pieces that don’t fit into a neat category.

A bicycle with bumper sticker ‘Tax the Rich’ attached to a parking meter, south of Market, San Francisco.

‘Jews for Jesus’ sign, near Market Street in San Francisco.

And the wall looks back, Kathleen and a mural, near Mission and 17th, in San Francisco.

Up on the bluffs, north of the city and the Golden Gate Bridge, is picture taking time.

At night the window display dummies reach out.

Hidden on a wall, covered with grime, a cherub cries.

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