One area of San Francisco rarely visited by outsiders consists of the industrial zone in the southeast corner of the city. This part of town represents business, industry and blue collar hard work. I visited the neighborhood today on an errand, and “lucky” for me, brought along my camera–thus transforming a one-hour errand into a three-hour job. Since I rather like container shipping, let’s begin with a few of these.
The other half consisted a private security guard and his son. The man asked me to leave after I took this shot, saying that the company which owned the building had gotten sick of the photographers wandering around the premises on the weekends–thus proving that yours truly hasn’t a single original photographic thought inside him.
Vonn Scott Bair