Sunday, October 10, 2010

Sundays in My City - More San Francisco Houses - October 10, 2010


Sundays in My City - More San Francisco Houses - October 10, 2010


One can never run out of wonderful houses to photograph in San Francisco.  Today's
selections are in Seacliff, Pacific Heights and the Presidio area. 











































I am participating in Unknown Mami's Sundays in My City,

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25 comments:

  1. oh carmen...i adore all of them...i would LOVE to live there in any one of them...i guess a girl can dream...and in turn, but thankful for what i have.

    i LOVE the city so much...in fact, last night i made sea scallops and was "pretending" i was eating in north beach
    :-)

    happy to visit here today, my friend
    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  2. Carmen, what great shots. Why don't we live in those areas :) Love that red house, the fourth one down.

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  3. wow !!!!!!! What a beautiful house, San Francisco is really a beautiful city on a human scale

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  4. So many wonderful styles, Carmen, but I've always had a special fondness for the gingerbready Victorians. I love San Francisco.

    Kay, Alberta

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  5. I love that architecture. So nice.

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  6. Anonymous1:07 PM

    Carmen,
    These are exactly the homes that I was talking about. Thank you soooo much for taking me along with you. I adore your city and your photos are phenomenal!
    Smiles,
    Chey

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  7. love those shots Carmen, the houses are full of characters.

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    My Farmhouse Kitchen -
    Good to see you, Kary and Teddy. I do wish you lived in the city. Then I might see you sometime! We could do lunch in North Beach.
    The Blue Angels are performing today but I don't feel like getting out in all the crowds.


    Poetic Shutterbug -
    You take one of the houses, I'll take another. Of course, we'll have to find some wealthy widower, I guess, and I'm afraid we don't frequent the right places! They aren't out looking for the bargain spots like we are!


    Elettra -
    I know I am biased but I think San Francisco
    is the prettiest ( and most European ) city in the U. S.


    Kay L.Davies -
    I think we do have the most beautiful ( and
    brightly colored ) Victorians.


    Thom -
    The houses are so interesting and varied. I love them and never tire of looking at them.

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  9. There really are some fabulous houses in San Francisco.

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  10. What a great journey - thank you for your effort, must indeed be a nice place to live. Love the red house most.

    Please have a good start into the new week.

    daily athens

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  11. Living in KY now, but we visited SF for our 10year anniversary this summer. I SO love the homes in SF -- wish I could afford one.

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  12. Any house looks better on a hill, but SF really made it an art form.

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  13. Those are all so beautiful it's hard to pick a favorite. They all add to the character and charm of of San Francisco. Thanks for sharing.
    Cheers, jj

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  14. these are awesome houses. i can't help myself daydream.

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  15. What a nice array of homes in your city. Similarities, yet different.

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  16. There are so many beautiful homes here. It truly is amazing.

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  17. Those are awesome homes and photos are GREAT! Thot I'd drop by for a little visit.

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  18. My gosh those are beautiful homes! I miss american homes. They are so big and beautiful

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  19. wow, these are beautiful!
    I could easily live in one of them...

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  20. Hey there!

    I think these houses look fantastic and pleasing to the eyes but I'm not the type of person who would be buying em! It's just that they look a bit 'closed' to me. I'd prefer large windows, sunlight streaming in and minimalist designs. They all look grand to me!

    I think I'm more likely to live in the last photo. :P Great job showcasing these houses!

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  21. That mansion/fortress on 24th Ave and West Clay is my favorite, although if that home were gifted to me, I could not afford the upkeep. So REGAL, so well flavored with European styles.

    And fine photos.

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  22. your photography skills rock!
    love all of those houses or residents.
    wow.
    I am impressed!

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  24. I'd love to live in any one of them! Beautiful homes!

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  25. I wouldn't mind some of these houses! The white one is the most unique. I like the old fashion Victorian yet, the newly renovated details are very becoming.

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