Walking along the EmbarcaderoAugust 13, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C
This area of San Francisco was destroyed by the earthquake and great fire of 1906. About the only buildings still standing from that time are a couple of ferry terminals, including the main clock tower. Last time we explored this area was in the mid 1980's when they first began to redevelop the area into smart shops and apartments adjacent to the harbour and the financial district.
Coit Tower, a historic monument dominates Telegraph Hill overlooking the Bay.
The boxy sculpture I had previously photographed in 1984. Back then it had lots of wide open space around it. I really had to look hard to find it this time because the parks and buildings have grown around it.Read more