6.17.2014

Twosday | Symmetry

"lands end san francisco"













"lands end san francisco"
Land's End  (Okay, so they're not quite symmetrical. Close enough.)

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4 comments

  1. Gorgeous photos! We visited Lands End in late May, my first time in that part of San Francisco, and it was just beautiful. I would have lingered longer, but I forgot my sunscreen!

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  2. I've been a few times now for sessions and just for hikes but I still feel like there's so much more to see and capture. It's such a beautiful natural spot, it's easy to forget you're still in the city!

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  3. These are lovely photos! They have such a vintage feel… like they were taken in SF a hundred years ago! I like it :) Also, those cypress trees are my favorite.

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  4. Haha, you're welcome! I'm by no means a tree expert (and don't really want to be), so this is going to sound super unscientific. But where I'm from, cypress trees grow tall and super skinny, usually in a row as windbreaks, and they look awful. When I found out that the trees I love so much in the city and Carmel were also cypresses I was so surprised! :)

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