San Francisco Photo Diary

Blueberry pancakesDue to having spent the last five days in a very muddy field (I’ll see you again next year, Glastonbury!), today’s outfit post is being replaced by a photo diary of my holiday to San Francisco. This post is long overdue since our holiday was in March, but I was waiting until I was able to get the film from my Diana Mini camera developed. Time is rushing by so quickly at the moment – it feels like only last month that these photos were taken!

I’ll let the photographs speak for themselves, but highlights include cycling across the Golden Gate Bridge, eating pancakes for breakfast every day, taking a ride on a cable car, visiting Alcatraz and horse riding in Point Reyes national park. Take me back there, please?

Tropical San Francisco plantsThe Golden Gate BridgeGraffiti in The MissionGolden Gate Bridge double exposureAlcatraz island signBurgers at The Ice Cream Soda BarPier 39 San FranciscoHorse riding at Five Brooks Ranch

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8 Comment

  1. Oh, I seriously need a holiday, namely one to San Francisco.

    1. SJ says: Reply

      Indeed you do! It’s so colourful over there – the graffiti reminded me of Bristol :)

  2. Maria says: Reply

    Beautiful photos, you are giving me itchy feet!

    Maria xxx

    1. SJ says: Reply

      Thanks Maria!

  3. Gorgeous photos – I went to San Fran a few years ago and it was amazing. I’d love to go back one day soon.

    1. SJ says: Reply

      Thanks Harriet – it’s such a special city and I definitely want to go back too one day…

  4. Oh, it looks like you had the most fabulous time! San Fran is high on my list of places to go, just as soon as they shrink the world a little so that I don’t have to sit on a plane for almost 24 hours to get there!! I’d go insane being cooped up for that long.

    1. SJ says: Reply

      It wasn’t too long actually – only 9/10 hours, directly from Heathrow. I know that sounds like a lot (and I don’t like being cooped up on planes either) but compared to Australia or New Zealand, it’s a breeze!

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