> Wednesday, April 26, 2006: San Francisco Daily Photo has moved!
> Monday, April 24, 2006: Wall One Frame One
> Sunday, April 23, 2006: Made In Switzerland
> Friday, April 21, 2006: Invitation To A Weekend
> Thursday, April 20, 2006: Long Day At School?
> Wednesday, April 19, 2006: The Return Of The Palace
> Tuesday, April 18, 2006: Settlement
> Sunday, April 16, 2006: Happy Easter
> Thursday, April 13, 2006: Portrait of a San Francisco rock star
This San Francisco rock icon lives on Haight Street of course. There's a little story behind the dollar sign that was tagged on the license plate, anyone of the locals know it? If not, answer tomorrow...
> Monday, April 10, 2006: San Francisco Shadows and Colors: Multicolor
This time, we'll start off the week in multicolor. The previous image in this series can be viewed here. There will be one more next Monday, and then I'll move on to something different.
> Sunday, April 09, 2006: Ten Sixty Two: Louisville
There's a little over twenty 1940s
> Saturday, April 08, 2006: Homelessness
There are about eight thousand homeless in San Francisco, half of them living in shelters and rehabilitation centers and the other half on the streets.
> Friday, April 07, 2006: Nature At Work
After yesterday's mass of concrete, I needed a bit of greenery today, so here's another glance at Golden Gate Park.
> Thursday, April 06, 2006: Stacks Of Concrete
One of the embarcadero center buildings. The embarcadero center consists of plenty of office space and what you could consider a shopping mall (yes, there are a few shopping malls in San Francisco, for the longest time, I didn't think there were any, but I was wrong). Since I'm not very big on malls, I typically go there for the movie theater because it usually features films that you can't see anywhere else. Plenty of details here.
> Wednesday, April 05, 2006: Downhill Fun
> Tuesday, April 04, 2006: The Palace Of Fine Photographic Arts
Almost a hundred days since I started this site and I realized I haven't posted a photo dedicated to the Palace Of Fine Arts, one of the most photographed places in San Francisco - even though you can actually see it on this photo. And... there's a few other highly photographed landmarks I have postponed until now: Postcard Row, Pier 39, Coit Tower, etc... So, let me try to fix the situation and by the same token, get it over with these... So, here's a photo of the Palace Of Fine Arts, and I hope it won't offend anyone, but when I saw this roll of film in the mud, I just couldn't resist and had to immortalize the symbol (I will post a more conventional photo in the next few days I promise!). Here's the history of this construction (it's pretty surprising), and some information about a really good science museum hosted there called the exploratorium. The palace also hosts a theater with some pretty diverse programming: concerts, theatre, spectacles, films, lectures, etc...
> Monday, April 03, 2006: San Francisco Shadows And Colors: Blue On White
Back to more shadows and colors with this shadow over a modern house number in the Castro (the previous image in this series can be viewed here). Sorry I didn't publish a photo yesterday, I was on the road the whole day. With that, have a great week everyone!
PS: San Francisco Daily Photo just received a nice review from bloggeries that you can read here.
> Saturday, April 01, 2006: J'adore Dior
Admiration or possibly even adoration, in front of this piece from Marilyn Minter at the San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art, more commonly know as SFMOMA. It's not obvious on this image, but this is a painting, not a photograph. If you're interested, you can read a little bit about her work here.