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I know, not another Frisco thread, but I've amassed a few photos over the past several months, so I figured I'd share some of them here.
I may try and update the thread every week or so as I shoot, but don't quote me on that... Enjoy.
All over the city and outside it too. Great set, my man. I really like all the flora you included throughout, and your shots from Angel Island have me wanting to go out there. I can't place this one. Is that San Bruno in the distance? If so, I can't quite figure out from where you took it. McLaren maybe?
My other car is a Dakota Creek Advanced Multihull Design.
"A single round-trip flight between Chicago and Frankfurt, Germany burns about 3.5 tons of carbon dioxide--that's about what a medium-sized car in the United States burns for an entire year." --Hari Sreenivasan, PBS NewsHour Weekend, Sunday April 13, 2014
I can't place this one. Is that San Bruno in the distance? If so, I can't quite figure out from where you took it. McLaren maybe?
It's actually taken well outside of city limits (top of San Bruno Mountain). When I was trying to tag it in Flickr, I also had a hard time figuring out exactly what I was looking at. I think most of the "city" below is SSF (the golf course is California Golf Club), and the mountains in the distance should be part of Sweeney Ridge in Pacifica.