Last weekend Kate and I spent a long weekend in San Francisco celebrating our anniversary. I wanted to pack lightly so I didn't take any cameras except for the Nikon D700. I still took quite a few pictures while we were there as it was such a beautiful city.
Kate, ever the researcher, made all the right reservations and knew exactly where we should spend our time. Here are some shots on her blog of our amazing room at the Artists Inn.
I knew the streets in San Francisco were steep, but had no idea they were *that* steep until we spent Saturday walking up and down them. So much fun.
Steep Streets Leading to the Marina District
Easter Egg Hunt in Mission Dolores, San Francisco
Easter Bunnies and Merriment in Mission Dolores, San Francisco
I could have spent days walking around The Mission. So many great old signs and storefronts. Lots of character in this neighborhood.
Sights from the Mission, San Francisco
Clarian Alley, The Mission
A gorgeous Bode!
Steep Hill and Blue Sky, San Francisco
Kate on a Hill Leading to Marina District
A San Francisco Beach with the Golden Gate Bridge
Kate Goofing Off on Another Hill
Foggy Golden Gate Bridge from a Lookout Point on the Way to Wine Country
Kate at Honig Winery Vineyards, Napa
Beautiful Chandon Winery Grounds, Napa
Kate Two-Fisting Sparkling Wine at Chandon (she was actually holding my glass so I could take a picture)
Cacti at Paraduxx Winery, Napa
When we return to San Francisco, and we definitely will, I'm taking the Hasselblad along to get some real pictures.