July Roundup: A Photo Journal

If you read my June roundup, you’ll note that I nodded to a lot of changes happening in my life. Well, July was no different. So again, I apologize for being a little MIA on the blog. I’ll share more about the changes soon. But for now, we’ll stick to regular programming. πŸ™‚

Which of course is my photo journal from this past month. I feel like July was full of simply just exploring San Francisco. It was full of pretty sunsets, bougainvillea fever, and seascapes. So really it’s just a roundup of some of my favorite things about the city by the bay. Enjoy!

A photo roundup from the month of July:

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July is when the bougainvillea blooms in San Francisco. It’s everywhere! But where I love seeing it the most is when it’s framing buildingΒ in the sweetest way.

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I’ll forever have a love affair with that bridge. On one of the walks I take frequently, there are so many moments when the bridge peeks out to say hello.

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My pretty city by the bay.

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June gloom is a thing in San Francisco. It’s when Karl the Fog is out and about most days. But we got some visits from ole Karl this month, too.

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My fire escape has some pretty views, especially during sunset.

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When you find pretty gardens at the top of hotels. This is the garden at The Fairmont. They turn on lights and a fountain at night, so make sure to come back and take a peek of it in the evening as well. And I mean, look at that view!

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If you’re visiting San Francisco, you must put the Letterman Digital Arts Center campus (in the Presidio) on your list. It has a beautiful creek and pond that makes for a lovely stroll on a warm day.

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I told you theΒ bougainvillea was everywhere. I snapped this somewhere on Union Street. How beautiful is that!? And when can I move in?

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Hi, pretty.

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A different shot of the Palace of Fine Arts. Another hot spot you need to add to your list if you’re visiting San Francisco. Spoiler alert: You’ll feel like you’re walking through a fairytale.

 

Just a shot from one of my walks around the city, I loved how this ivy was starting to grow up the tree.

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That Fairmont hotel garden again. I bet it’s a lovely spot for an evening soiree.

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I had A LOT of casual Friday’s this month. But I’m not complaining!

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If you walk down California Street toward the Financial District, you’re bound to run across these steps with the beautiful greenery and planters.

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It’s a day date for these two lovebirds.

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On foggy days, I love getting those “peek” shots of the Golden Gate Bridge.

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If you need some Parisian vibes, head over to Rose’s Cafe and sit out front on these gorgeous blue chairs. It’s one of my favorite places to grab a leisurely lunch.

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And last but not least: San Francisco has some of the best sunsets.


This month’s photo journal felt like a love letter to San Francisco. It includes all of my favorite things about the city. Next month will be a bit of a change for me, but I can’t wait to share more!

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Let’s go places,
Sarah

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