I've been in the Bay Area the last few days.
As soon as we got into town we checked out the Lee Friedlander exhibit at SF MOMA, which inspired me to start shooting street scenes with my point-and-shoot right after we got out of the museum.
I'm now too pregnant to zip up my coat.
An example of facadism. I'm glad they kept the front-facing wall of this building, even if the inside no longer exists.
Friday night we stayed with friends in Oakland, and Saturday we were passed off to our Fairfax friends for lunch, then to garden blogger Chuck B. from Bernal Heights, San Francisco, who drove us down to Santa Cruz on Sunday.
We went to the marine center at his alma mater, UC Santa Cruz.
And then to Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. See the Twinkie stand on the left?
They ooze white filling. So gross.
One of the many rides I did not go on.
My husband and our wonderful host (far left and far right, respectively) checked out some of the rides while I waited.
Chuck's garden deserves its own post, so that's it for now.