JoeGarity: On the Labyrinth
JoeGarity: Mural on Mission Street
JoeGarity: One of those nights when the fog almost looks like falling snow under the streetlights
JoeGarity: It sure feels like it (life in a pandemic)
JoeGarity: Downtown shadows
JoeGarity: Sometimes San Francisco actually does look like a Wayne Thiebaud painting
JoeGarity: Big puddle downtown
JoeGarity: Grace Cathedral, San Francisco
JoeGarity: Sunset in North Beach
JoeGarity: Our lives now feel like a long and winding road
JoeGarity: The fog creeping in tonight
JoeGarity: Jones Street tonight
JoeGarity: Trees on Geary Street
JoeGarity: Shadows in Japantown
JoeGarity: Reflections this afternoon
JoeGarity: Over the front doors of the Shell Building (built in 1929).
JoeGarity: The moon keeping watch over us
JoeGarity: The Golden Gate Bridge from Lands End.
JoeGarity: The Pacific Ocean from Lands End on a Saturday afternoon in September
JoeGarity: McKesson Plaza
JoeGarity: “...the shadows lengthen, the evening comes, and the busy world is hushed...”
JoeGarity: The San Francisco waterfront
JoeGarity: After a difficult week of smoky air, sun pouring through the stained glass in Grace Cathedral
JoeGarity: Union Square at night
JoeGarity: Circles, squares, lines: the geometry of puddles.
JoeGarity: Peace
JoeGarity: Union Square, San Francisco
JoeGarity: 140 New Montgomery Street
JoeGarity: Store window
JoeGarity: Riding the escalator in Salesforce Transit Center