This vacant lot sits between Harrison and Folsom Streets in San Francisco. We have featured several photos from this area on CatSynth.
Is there going to be a new high rise building in that vacant lot then? Nice capture!
That looks rather sad !
it needs some construction asap hehe
I bet it won’t stay vacant for long! Great view.
We’ve got a lot of those where I am from!
There is something about the light in SF that makes vacant lots so much more of an eye catcher, don’t you think? They somehow mesmerize me.
There can’t be too much open space left in SF! I was subscribed to your feed and I just realized that somehow, it disappeared. Not to worry, I just re-subscribed.
Hmmm… vacant lots in (more or less) city cores all look surprisingly the same…
I wonder if it will remain vacant for some time given the recession
Somebody call RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) and let’s get a ball field on that lot!
I bet that lot will not remain vacant!!!!
Nice shot- reminds me of my youth. I played ball and hung out in lots like that.
It looks so lonely with all the other buildings around. Great shot. Happy WW and thanks for stopping by:)
I’ll bet that vacant lot is worth a pretty penny!
BTW, your new/renewed site looks great!
Also, thanks for stopping by mine. To answer your question . . . You must have missed the first frame in the image . . . it’s from Love Actually. If you watch the image all the way through, there is a title image that gives the movie name and shows the cover of the movie box. It’s a really good movie if you like romantic comedies.
Land is expensive..It wouldn’t be long before they build something on that vacant land 😛
It was very interesting walking around San Francisco. Probably the closest I got to this neighborhood was walking to the Moscone center with my husband . He was attending the Hematology Conference last weekend…I think I have a couple photos of those taller buildings in the backgroun.
I actually walked by the Moscone Center and Yerba Buena Gardens last weekend while the Hematology conference was going on (I remember seeing the banners). I might have have passed by you and your husband. Quite a coincidence.
Would be nice to turn it into a park or something for pedestrians.
By the way – nice new digs.
It’s a cool picture. It’s as the lot is saying ‘build something on me!’
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