It’s time for more photos from San Francisco!
Are you guys tired of these yet? I took more than 450 photos during the trip…so just be thankful I’m not sharing ALL of them, haha. 🙂
So, after we visited the Ferry Building and MarketBar, and strolled to Lombard Street and Grace Cathedral, we headed to the Palace of Fine Arts.
This beautiful structure was built to house the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition.
Ducks and swans and all kinds of birds covered the water in front of the Palace.
This prickly flower caught my eye with its bright purple petals. (Are those even called petals? They look more like spikes).
The columns were reminescent of Roman architecture.
The view of the city from the Palace was just gorgeous.
The trees outside were blooming and beautiful.
Of course, I had to show you those. :)
Next up is the iconic image of San Francisco: The Golden Gate Bridge. If you can put up with another San Francisco post, that is.
**Disclaimer: Adobe paid for my trip to San Francisco. They flew me to California, put me up in a swanky hotel and provided nourishment for my tummy. I love their products and endorse them of my own opinion.**