Photo by MrEricSir
This is some pretty funny shit:
They were initially interested in me, but when I failed to produce food they got into some civil unrest over who got to sit on which paper plate.
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These fellas are pretty dignified, no?
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All images found on the Looking Into the Past Flickr pool.
Have at it in the comments.
Marlena Vasquez and her pal, Bonita, on 19th at Mission, 8:45am this morning.
Extra credit if you can guess what's going on here as well. To the comments!
UPDATE: Guessed by commenter, Ariel.
So, it's pretty obvious what the subject of this photo is. But can you guess where I shot it from? Do it in the comments. (Hi-res version)
UPDATE: This was maybe a bit unfair since it was taken from a spot that's not a landmark of any kind. The fence that frames it runs along the South side of Monterey and I was, of course, facing South.
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Take your guess in the comments.
UPDATE: Guess this one was a little too easy. theCara, from the comments, got it and got it fast.
Take a guess in the comments.
From the collection of the father of Flickr user fastfreddy. Does anyone have any details about this image?
I'm not sure why the Kevin Smith post marks the start of a flood of female images, but there you have it...
BTW, here's tons more girls on bikes in San Francisco.
I really dig this close-up shot of the purple elven diva we linked to here. And I love seeing how she used to look (2007) before HATERS uglified her.
Just in time for Valentine's Day! View the complete gallery on Flickr. Know of others? Link to them in the comments...
Way to sympathize, guys!
It is recommended that people donate money, not stuff. The above pic is perhaps the best possible demonstration of why.
Aside from all that, though: ew.
Something about the empty space in front of San Francisco's oldest building, pictured above in 1881 according to the caption on Flickr, draws me in. It was made of adobe. The brick-construction Gothic Revival replacement next to it crumbled in the '06 quake:
These fine fellows look like they're feeling on top of the world in their well-stocked glass shop at 18 Sutter Street, San Francisco. The year? You guessed it: 1905.
As the story goes, the business didn't survive the quake of '06 and the family relocated to Los Angeles. Ironically, I'm sure there was a tremendous demand for their product as the rebuilding commenced.
(Spotted @ the Flickr stream of bcgreeneiv)