San Francisco drops away behind us.

On my way down to Los Angeles for a conference I snapped this photo of Lake Merced on the Pacific edge of San Francisco. See map. Used as example photo on Snapfish Lab and made the front page of the HP Labs' web site. (see screenshot). [blogged] [blogged] [blogged] [published] [Explored] [IMG_7727-san-francisco]

  • hale_popoki 9y

    Cool aerial shot!
  • Tolka Rover 9y

    Thanks Jef for pointing out the zoo.
  • rhodyfoto 9y

    Awesome, Awesome Shot
  • tyler82 8y

    I can see my old apartment building
  • David Gallagher 8y

    here's some information about Parkmerced :

    Metropolitan Life built a number of housing developments, another one is Park La Brea in Los Angeles
  • Nelson Chee 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called EARTH : The way you see it from high altitude, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.
  • pabear26 6y

    I caddied Olympic in 1959. Olympic had been site of U. S. Open, so I found big tippers since I arrived in San Francisco with a quarter.

    Oh well, I joined Army three weeks later.
  • Iain Guthrie 6y

    San Francisco is Evil
  • ertiepie 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 7x7 Magazine - Daily Hot Shot!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Jonathan Kennedy 6y

    is there anyone who hasn't lived in parkmerced?
  • Σταύρος 6y

    cool capture ! .............
    Daly City / San Francisco / Lake Merced / Aerial by Σταύρος
  • pabear26 6y

    IainGuthrie52 says in above comment "San Francisco is evil."

    Specifically, what did you find evil about San Francisco in 1959? Or, if you insist, 2009.
  • Tolka Rover 6y

    I think he's probably just a troll trying to spark an argument. It's best to not to feed trolls.
  • Σταύρος 6y

    i agree.
  • pabear26 6y

    Tolka Rover, thanks for the education: Tell me and I will forget, Teach me and I will remember, show me and I will learn.

    Hillel, Rabbi, see Thanks for Arguing, Heinrichs. 2007. textbook.
  • Nickel3rd 4y

    3 of the finest golf facilities in the country if not the world. BTW if you don't know....Harding Park is the only course open to the public, and carries a hefty fee for 18 holes. I love this part of San Francisco!

    Great Shot!

    Nic - SF
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Taken on April 1, 2006
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