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<< Previous | 5.25.2005 | Permalink | San Francisco Skyline

Taken: San Francisco @ May 2005
We went biking across the Golden Gate Bridge. It was an awesome experience getting so close to the magnificent structure. It was quite scary, though, because of strong wind. We then biked to Sausalito and took a ferry back to SF. We didn't want to return the bike yet, so we rode along the SF waterfront and ended at this pier with great SF skyline.
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    • I like this in the b&w. The shadows are wonderful and I really like how the TransAmerica building is the focal point at the end.

      dawn (http://www.girl-inchoate.com/photos/)
      @ May 25, 2005 12:26 PM    
    • Totally agree with the above comment. Really nice shot in B&W :) @ May 25, 2005 8:39 PM    
    • You take exquisite photos! This really captured San Fran. I wish I could take such great photos! @ August 05, 2005 3:33 AM    
    • Just thought i would say hi from Japan. Doing some blog surfing and found your site. Im looking for some cool styles of restaurant fort worth for my own blog. Theres some really amazing blogs about. if you have time check out my site you will find information on restaurant fort worth. Well when i get my blog running hope you come and check it out. @ October 11, 2005 3:18 AM    
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    << Previous | 5.24.2005 | Permalink | Lincoln, NE


    Taken: Lincoln, Nebraska @ May 2005
    My tourist pictures from Lincoln, NE. :) The first three pictures are from downtown Lincoln and the last one (with a guy and a bike) is from University of Nebraska...which is actually right next to downtown. Lincoln has so many sculptures (as shown in three of the pictures here. :) I guess they try to make this boring town a bit more interesting.

    I have been real busy with work and traveling and didn't have time to sit down and update my blogs. After Nebraska trip (for work), I came back to Philadelphia to unpack and also pack for my San Francisco trip the very next day (for pleasure!!). San Francisco was so much fun. It's just a lovely city. We were in the city for a few days and drove down to two beach towns (Monterey and Carmel) and also Napa Valley. I'll put up a few pictures from SF up sometimes later. Well, that might have to be after I get back to Bangkok.. Yes, I'm travelling (again!) to Bangkok on Wed May 25. I'm not sure how often I can get an access to the internet there. So, I'll see when I can update my pictures.

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      • Oh, welcome home then :) @ May 24, 2005 5:49 AM    
      • Wow! Busy, busy, busy!

        I love the Bay area and can't wait to see your view of it. Monterrey is one of my favorite places to visit over there.

        dawn (http://www.girl-inchoate.com/photos/)
        @ May 24, 2005 2:05 PM    
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      << Previous | 5.09.2005 | Permalink | Stick Friends

      Taken: South Street, Philadelphia @ May 2005
      These hugh stick figures are located on a bridge connecting between South Street and Penn's Landing. Actually, there are three of them supposedly being a stick family, but since I captured only two, they are stick friends. :)

      And, hi from Lincoln, Nebraska. I just arrived here a few hours ago for a meeting for the next two days.

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        • Hi! what a cute & lovely shot! I like the term "Stick Friends" It goes along well with your pic ka :)

          BTW, one of my favourite books is The man who ate the 747 which the story takes place in Nebraska. So I'll be waiting to see some more pics from you ka :)
          @ May 10, 2005 2:18 AM    
        • so cute! @ May 10, 2005 9:24 AM    
        • ha! very clever! @ May 11, 2005 7:05 AM    
        • Great color and composition!

          dawn (http://www.girl-inchoate.com/photos/)
          @ May 11, 2005 11:48 PM    
        • very cool composition. reminds me of a Pink Floyd thing, but happier.


          http://www.williamvalencia.com/momento
          @ May 16, 2005 10:22 PM    
        • Lovely shot. @ July 05, 2005 11:01 PM    
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        << Previous | | Permalink | South Street Graffiti

        Taken: South Street, Philadelphia @ May 2005
        This colorful grattifi is located at 10th and South Street in Philadelphia. South Street is considered a funky part of Philly. There are few art galleries, a lot of tattoo stores, cool shops, and great food. We parked right next to this building on Saturday and I just couldn't help but took its photo. :)
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          • Wow. Fantastic artwork!

            dawn (http://www.girl-inchoate.com/photos/)
            @ May 09, 2005 10:57 AM    
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          << Previous | 5.07.2005 | Permalink | Moshulu

          Taken: Penn's Landing, Philadelphia @ May 2005
          This ship is a restaurant called "Moshulu", so that's how the name of this picture comes from. It's gorgeous, isn't it? It's very expensive, of course, so I haven't got a chance to eat there yet. The bridge in the background is Benjamin Franklin Bridge. It connects Philadelphia, PA and Camden, NJ.

          Penn's Landing is a waterfront promenade right next to Delaware River. There are a lot of activities going on there. During Winter, outdoor iceskating rink is set up there. The new year fireworks also take place there. During summer, it's All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival on 4th of July weekend! All year rounds, there are a lot of nice restaurants and a few on boats (Moshulu, Spirit of Philadelphia), and Seaport Museum.

          I have been working hard until Saturday evening for my paper deadline. Finally, it's done, so I dragged my boyfriend to South Street and Penn's Landing just to walk around. This ship is located right at Penn's Landing and its picture is an awesome award for my hardwork this week. :)

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            • It is beautiful! I especially like the lights shining on the water.

              dawn http://www.girl-inchoate.com/photos/)
              @ May 08, 2005 10:42 AM    
            • ow! beautiful ship!!! @ May 09, 2005 7:27 AM    
            • Sweetie, it's not that expensive! No really, not just by my standards but in general. I would drag Ray there for a special date, say your birthday? :) @ May 09, 2005 10:50 AM    
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            << Previous | 5.05.2005 | Permalink | Candles

            Taken: Philadelphia @ May 2005
            Candles in my room. My best friend got me these candles for my birthday a few years back... (oh, hi, if you're reading.. :) I didn't get a chance to light them too often. Given how clumsy I am, I'm afraid I might set my place on fire.

            "Light tomorrow with today" -Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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              • oooh... pretty @ May 05, 2005 6:34 AM    
              • I'm reading...I also remember what Ray said when I gave them to you. He said I was "mean". I really didn't mean anything!!! Really...honest. @ May 05, 2005 6:34 PM    
              • This feels serene. Nicely captured.

                dawn (http://www.girl-inchoate.com/photos/)
                @ May 05, 2005 10:24 PM    
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              << Previous | 5.04.2005 | Permalink | Penn Station

              Taken: Newark, NJ @ May 2005
              well, it's a train station. I'm here every Friday night and Monday morning. :)
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                • i think you picked a good time of day to take this pic ... good lighting ... good angle ... love the curved arches at the top @ May 04, 2005 7:00 AM    
                • Great composition and lighting!

                  dawn (http://www.girl-inchoate.com/photos/)
                  @ May 04, 2005 10:08 AM    
                • I've been there many times. just realize it's so pretty. you got a nice shot. @ May 07, 2005 9:44 PM    
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                << Previous | 5.03.2005 | Permalink | Red Leaves

                Taken: Philadelphia @ Apr 2005
                These red leaves were not in a nice garden or a park, but were in front of the Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity house on 38th and Walnut Street!
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                  • This is awesome! @ August 05, 2005 3:35 AM    
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