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I am a native San Franciscan. Since becoming a photographer I've found The City always ready for her close-up, blemishes and all.
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El Banho del San Jalisco
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I am a native San Franciscan. Since becoming a photographer I've found The City always ready for her close-up, blemishes and all.
El Banho del San Jalisco
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I am a native San Franciscan. Since becoming a photographer I've found The City always ready for her close-up, blemishes and all.
'People' We Meet: A girl and her tortoise
"I guess he's like my great-grandfather," said 23-year-old Gloria Li, pointing to her plum-sized tortoise, who is about three years old. "Look how old he is. He's really slow. He has wrinkles.
Celebrating Filipino Pioneers with Man@ng is Deity
Even people well-versed in California's demographics often come up short when trying to name the group that makes up the state's largest population of Asian descent.
People We Meet: Terrazzo workers continue an ancient tradition in northern California
A thick, chemical smell mingled with the already pungent potpourri arresting the senses of Mission Street sidewalk commuters where Dan Danielson and Jose Medina appeared to be painting the sidewalk on a recent weekday morning.
People We Meet: Terrazzo workers continue an ancient tradition in northern California
A thick, chemical smell mingled with the already pungent potpourri arresting the senses of Mission Street sidewalk commuters where Dan Danielson and Jose Medina appeared to be painting the sidewalk on a recent weekday morning.