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San Francisco: The City by the Bay
If one condensed the fascinating elements of the world into a tiny model, 
One would rebirth San Francisco.
Hills, trees, bays and oceans,
Victorian houses, skyscrapers, night clubs,
Diversity, creativity and innovation.
It is an intoxicating experience.


Birds race towards the sun as it sets upon the Golden Gate Bridge
Dark and steely bay waters backdropped by skyscrapers
The Golden Gate Bridge experienced at rush hour (1)
The Golden Gate Bridge experienced at rush hour (2)
Clouds enshroud the sunlit hills like a soft blanket at Half Moon Bay
The windswept Pacific Ocean featuring foaming waters and restless birds
Dark dystopian future
A painting of a man watching the earth crumble, too powerless to save it but too strong to cry
The winding Land’s End trail at the northwest corner of the city (1)
The winding Land’s End trail at the northwest corner of the city (2)
California trees with tall, silver branches and dark leaves
Tech companies sweep into the city, raising living costs for the locals
Relentless bikers traverse the steep ups and downs of the city built within hills and valleys
“In 1848, we had 1000 people; in 1849, there were 25,000. We call that the Gold Rush.”
North Beach: home to jazz clubs, coffee shops and an Italian cuisine
Golden headlights and the Golden Gate Bridge
The city of Ubers and Victorian architecture
Bars, brothels and strip clubs
Neon, street lights and skyscrapers
San Francisco: The City by the Bay
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San Francisco: The City by the Bay

If one condensed the fascinating elements of the world into a tiny model, one would rebirth San Francisco. With hills, trees, bays and oceans, ro Read More

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