San Francisco Look

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    The architecture of San Francisco is quite varied, from the modern skyscrapers to the vintage wooden Victorians of the 1800s. I have always been impressed with the detail and style of the Victorian houses. Their preservation is a point of pride for many San Franciscans.

    This image was shot from a Yashica FR1 SLR 35mm film camera, scanned by an HP Scanjet G4050 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

    1. Noelegroj (4 Million views plus - Thanks to all) 35 months ago | reply

      Fanatsticos colores Scott, un vista magnifica sin duda.


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    2. Jeremy Hayden Photography 35 months ago | reply

      Great colours. Nice and sharp.

    3. tramsteer 35 months ago | reply

      I love the colours and shapes from SFR architecture.

    4. Scott Holcomb 35 months ago | reply

      Some 11,000 Victorian houses still exist in San Francisco. Since the "Flower Power" era of the 1960s an architectural conservation movement largely halted the destruction of these structures for "redevelopment" into highrise apartments. Much like prohibition against cutting heritage oak or redwood trees it is now difficult or impossible to bring in the demolition crew on the architectural heritage of San Francisco.

    5. Scott Holcomb 35 months ago | reply

      San Francisco is a favorite destination for visitors from the UK. The direct flights from LHR to SFO are always packed. Visitors often remark that San Francisco is a unique western American city--a diverse cosmopolitan center with a different attitude than many others, surrounded by natural beauty and a refreshing around-the-year climate. The neighborhoods seem like a living architectural magazine.
      -and, of course, visitors are the bread and butter of our local economy.

    6. rustyproof 35 months ago | reply

      A unique city indeed - and this shot neatly captures some of the architecture that makes it special.

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