Taber Place is one of many narrow alleys that cross the otherwise large city blocks in South of Market (SOMA), San Francisco. These narrow side streets also have some of the old Victorian buildings and row houses that were once common in this neighborhood.
Also, for San Francisco, this area is rather flat and straight-lined, which gives for interesting perspectives (also visible in many of my other SOMA photos).
A long and narrow back alley street. Quiet as well 🙂Happy WW!!
I’ve always wanted to visit San Francisco. Perhaps we’ll be able to go next time we visit the US. This photo is great because it looks so sunny. Check out the blue sky!
WoW, great photo.
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I love the parallelism of this photo.
I love how everything is parallel and the alley leads through the city!
Very neat photo! The place is so empty..haha
Nice snot catysnth. I love the perspective.
A straight shot…to where?
That’s a really neat picture. I like SF. There’s so much to take picture of, and walking is never boring.
Well done. It’s a very good perspective shot. All it needs is a kitty sauntering down the middle of the lane. 🙂
Hi. My tastes run to the country scenes, and yet I actually like this photo. Very interesting.
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Bark! Cool photo. Beyond that, I’m wordless. Arf.
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There is athmosphere in this picture, I don’t know why !
Graffiti on that wall? This looks like an interesting road to walk.
I’m going to have to go through your posts on San Francisco to give me some ideas of what I might want to explore while I’m there in December for 4 days. My husband will be in meetings much of the day and me and my camera want to be occupied otherwise…Like this clean alleyway…
Wow – how can a relatively flat photo make me dizzy? 🙂
It’s a textbook demonstration of vanishing point. Perfect for teaching drawing!
I love a good alley photograph. I took a great series many years ago of an alley in Glendale, CA. I wish I still had them. The alley is gone now, replaced by a mall.
great perspective in this shot – well captured.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!! I wonder what’s down there 😉Great perspective too 🙂Purrs Mickey
Love the perspective in this. Makes the alley look a lot longer than it probably is. A lot emptier too!I’m up! Happy WW
Good Photo. thnak you.
Very interesting photo! That alley looks a lot nicer than ours do in St. Louis! And the sky is so beautiful!Purrs and headbutts,Sabrina, Sam and Simon 🙂
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Great picture, that alley is very unique.
Nice city scape.
Nice pic – pretty place. Like the building at the ‘end of the road’. Different from the other buildings. Thank you, and Happy WW!
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that’s one quiet alley,,
this is one very lonnngggg alley 😀
I loooooooove this perspective shot! Very artistic!
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