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Water for All

Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 3 February 2011 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

Just in front of The Harbor Master's Office - San Francisco Yacht Harbor
Archival image from May 2005 that I just wanted to rework through Lightroom

Larger view:

Canon D20 with 16-35mm f/2.8 L lens: ISO 100 - at 16mm - f/8 - 1/60th second on tripod

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Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

very thoughtful, well spotted

3 Feb 2011 6:19am

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

Beautifully muted tones in this lovely picture Stephen!

3 Feb 2011 8:09am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Someone is very considerate!

3 Feb 2011 9:31am

Nina from Chester County, United States

Ha ha...very well thought out and titled...clever. I also like the combinationof elements and textures. Really great!

3 Feb 2011 11:44am

Franz from Baden, Austria

how considerate of the harbor master to think of our four-legged friends! well seen and recorded!

3 Feb 2011 11:55am

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

This is really cute and great! A very clever picture indeed....where is the Harbor Master office located? I'll bet I know but I just cant remember at the moment!! Is it somewhere north (up) from the Ferry Building ?

3 Feb 2011 4:29pm

@Denny Jump Photo: It is the stone building along The Marina Green - where Alhambra intersects Marina Boulevard (at Scott). Thanks, Denny.

yz from Budapest, Hungary

how lovely :)

3 Feb 2011 4:43pm

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

OK = Thanks Stephen...That's right...that whole Marina area - I really have not been there that much - it's the only part of the Peninsula (besides Hunter's Point) that I have not traveled around in very much. I think they charge admission to drive through the Marina District if you aren't in a Land Rover, right??

3 Feb 2011 8:37pm

@Denny Jump Photo: There are no restrictions on driving any personal vehicles through the Marina. Ironically - they do have restrictions on any vehicles capable of carrying 7 passengers or more (to keep out tour buses) - so it may be that the Land Rover that gets a citation. The Marina is the neighborhood along the northern San Francisco waterfront. Were you driving from downtown to The Golden Gate Bridge - you'd most likely drive through here.

The 17-Mile Scenic Toll Road is down in Carmel - about a hundred miles south of here. A genuine rip-off of the first order! Pay money to wealthy people for the privilege of driving along the walls which prevent you from seeing their ostentatious homes.

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Well said, sir...oh yes i am very well familiar with the 17 mile drive..we used to go down to Carmel at least once a year when I was a kid in Roseville...the drive was free then ;-) Not no more!

4 Feb 2011 2:09pm