The sun is hidden by a tall building in San Francisco while mother and daughter wait for the lights to change.
A fire hydrant in San Francisco. Given the history of the city, there are hydrants everywhere ..
A baseball cap on the sidewalk in San Francisco attracted my attention while out walking. I wonder who lost it?
Business men near Union Square in San Francisco. Having a good time!
No parking between signs .. hotel guests with big bags approaching. Handle with care!
Shot outside the hotel the out-of-towners in Automattic stayed in while in San Francisco!
A year ago I photographed this man holding the sign saying Jesus Christ Loves You in San Francisco. Amazingly he’s still in the same spot. That’s dedication for you!
The shadow cast by a young man waiting to cross the street forms the main subject of this unusual image. Sort of messes with your head doesn’t it?
An expired meter I spotted while we waited for a table to become free in a restaurant in San Francisco a few blocks from Union Square.
Photo has been "cross processed" using the Curves tool. I created an S curve on the red and green channels, and then applied a lomo plugin for good effect!
TechCrunch held their second annual party on Friday night and I was there with a few of the guys from Automattic. It was my first time being at a gathering like this, but we had a good time and I got a couple of shots off.
In the collage (or montage?) above you should be able to pick out Scott Beale, Kristopher Tate, Thomas Hawk and of course the Automattic guys, Matt Mullenweg, Michael Adams, Barry Abrahamson, and Raanan Bar-Cohen.
I had a great chat with Beau Lebens of Feedville who’s doing some interesting stuff with WPMU. Looking forward to seeing that. Unfortunately I don’t recall who anyone else is, but if you leave a comment here I’ll fill in the blanks!
As usual, Scott Beale had the first shots up. He must have blogged them as soon as he got home!
Update, lots more coverage on TechCrunch.com by Michael Arrington including videos and photos.