Doorways of San Francisco. (Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries)

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Good Evening:

A collection of doors and doorways in San Francisco that serve as boundaries between interiors and exteriors.

First, three from the SOMA (South OMArket) neighborhood:

Hotel Utah, San Francisco, CA, 3 October 2015, Near Noon.

Hotel Utah, San Francisco, CA, 3 October 2015, Near Noon.

Indoor Tennis Facility, San Francisco, CA, 3 October 2015.

Indoor Tennis Facility, San Francisco, CA, 3 October 2015.

CLASSPASS, San Francisco, CA, 3 October 2015.

CLASSPASS, San Francisco, CA, 3 October 2015.

And four from the same day in the Upper Haight, where exotic doorways are key to retail success.

Father & Son, Gypsy Streetwear, San Francisco, CA, 3 October 2015.

Father & Son, Gypsy Streetwear, San Francisco, CA, 3 October 2015.

More Than an Employee, He's a Customer, Too.

More Than an Employee, He’s a Customer, Too.

PKOK, Upper Haight, San Francisco, CA.

PKOK, Upper Haight, San Francisco, CA.

Earthsong Clothing Store, Haight & Cole, San Francisco, CA.

Earthsong Clothing Store, Haight & Cole, San Francisco, CA.

The Upper Haight has changed drastically in recent years, becoming more of a haven for exotic imported clothing stores than for hippies. Surprisingly, aside from a few bars, the street basically shuts down after about 9:30 p.m. even on weekend nights. It has become that retail-oriented, and one hopes that tourists don’t feel too disappointed.

Vonn Scott Bair

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4 responses »

    • nygtheater: Thank you very much for the kind words. I do feel obliged to give a lot of credit to the city of San Francisco itself because this place makes my job so much easier. Vonn Scott Bair

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