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San Franciscans on a Saturday Shopping Afternoon (Weekly Photo Challenge: Eye Spy)

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Good Afternoon:

Spied and espied San Franciscans shopping and enjoying the storm-free Saturday yesterday. Using the old 30 Shot technique, collected over 120 candids, and because I had a comparatively good day, only discarded about 80% of them. Presenting some of the more interesting ones, some edited, some left as is.

I have not seen this street preacher before.

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This person did not beg, did not communicate, in fact, did not do anything. Just stared straight ahead.

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Just like last year, the City turned a few blocks of Stockton Street into an instant park. Somehow, in the midst of all the holiday shopping, this person found herself a quiet space.

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Time with the granddaughter–also known as an early Christmas present.

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He looks tuckered out. Probably waiting for the rest of the family to finish their shopping.

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Santa Little Helpers, and why Santa need them. She can’t stay upright without them.

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I saw a balloon vendor at Powell and Geary who did very well yesterday. The parents seem to wonder how long this present will last.

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Also wandered around the SOMA (South Of MArket) neighborhood to do some errands. Presenting perhaps the least holiday-ish looking building in San Francisco:

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While photographing some of the city’s latest murals, I blundered into a sort of costume party at Harrison near 8th Street. Not a huge fan of electronica, so I only grabbed a few snaps before continuing on my way. As you can, a few of the partygoers are into the “furry” subculture.

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Today, I will make a quick trip to a farmers market and stay home prepping lunches for the week and experimenting with a few new recipes. What can I say? That’s how I relax.

Vonn Scott Bair

Recent San Francisco Murals, 4 December 2015. (Weekly Photo Challenge: Eye Spy)

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Good Evening:

Three recent very unusual murals, all of which featured eyes, all of which presented some interesting cropping opportunities, all of which were taken with my iPhone 6 Plus.

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Vonn Scott Bair