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San Francisco, Lombard Street, 2015

 

This famous steep,curvy street in Sans Francisco is an attraction four tourists and tourist cars. At that time of the night there was still a line of cars driving down the slope in between beds of hortensias.

 

Olmypus EM 5 with Summilux 15 mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mark,

many thanks for looking and enjoying!

 

Manoleica,

yeah, that's true - many thanks!

 

Brent,

thanks for your kind comment and yes, it was a surreal feeling there. I am delighted that you noticed it. We were really happy to be there.

 

Ece,

oh, wow, thank you very much! I appreciate this your comment very much. You know the region so very well and I am happy if you like my frame.

 

Dee,

well I humbly admit that I like your comment very much. It is is inpiring and encouraging to have such a nice feedback.

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Tobey,

yes, history bears many nice memories. Thanks for reminding us that history is important to us..

 

 

Louis,

thanks a lot. Yes, we went to many places the quickest way with a taxi (Huber) which saved us a lot of time and that service was always available. You should also visit other locations in the city during night time such as views from above or at the crowded Fisherman's Wharf. We also enjoyed streetmusic.

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