It only took me nearly a month, but I finally got off my lazy butt and uploaded the photos taken during our San Francisco trip on my D-SLR.
Yeah, I know it's bad to be such a slacker considering I'm such a photo freak. But iPhoneography has made me far too dependent on having a web connection built into my camera. Oh well. Maybe my Sony will grow a 3G chip.
Here are some of the ones I really like (with a bit of commentary where necessary)...
We had all kinds of birdbrained company while we were there.
And naked nymphs.
We were sorely disappointed that a place with as cool a name as Flying Ninja Sushi did not sell T-shirts. Travesty.
I love the faded out Golden Gate Bridge in the background.
A view at Gloria Ferrer Winery in Sonoma County.
Sunset from Hawk Hill in the Marin Headlands.
Memorials to Steve Jobs at the Apple Headquarters in Cupertino.
Up the Pacific Coast Highway.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse. One of the first places Katie and I visited on our first trip to San Francisco in 1999.
Not sure what plant this is, but it's gorgeous. And dangerous. Rowr!
The Painted Ladies from Alamo Square Park.
The Palace of Fine Arts.
The Golden Gate Bridge from Hawk Hill.
Katie leaving our mark on an abandoned gun turret in the Marin Headlands.
Looking back to the east from as far out as you can get on the coast. Almost, anyway.
Of course, Norman made an appearance.
The rest of the photos are available on my Flickr account.