Living the San Francisco Dream


Can a photo energize a person?

Can a photo energize a person?

Fort Mason, Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Co

I took this snapshot last Sunday as I was walking through Fort Mason in San Francisco, heading to my weekly farmer's market there. I enjoy looking at it, and feel energy coursing through my body when I do.

  • the sun is shining, people are walking and jogging along happily
  • I see the Golden Gate Bridge, which to me is the gateway to hiking heaven
  • I see the Marin Headlands just beyond the bridge--open space with trails galore just waiting to be explored and enjoyed
  • I see houses in the little town of Sausalito climbing up the hill from the bay, and know the many delightful restaurants waiting there, both simple and elegant ones
  • finally, in the far distance I spy Mt. Tamalpais, where the hiking is superb and varied--open hillsides with views of the ocean or bay; forested canyons with ferns growing up the steep banks and creeks below; private clubs and inns that welcome hikers to stop and refresh.

Yes, a photograph can create energy, so why not find one that inspires and uplifts you?


--- Come for a visit; Stay for a lifetime!

Lottie Kendall, Realtor®


CA DRE#10215160; 650-465-4547

Peninsula Living Business Page



Comment balloon 20 commentsLottie Kendall • September 21 2016 08:43AM
Can a photo energize a person?
Can a photo energize a person? I took this snapshot last Sunday as I was walking through Fort Mason in San Francisco, heading to my weekly farmer's market there. I enjoy looking at it, and feel energy coursing through my body when I do. the sun is… more
September-Time to End Childhood Cancer
September 24, 2016 -- that's the day people in cities all over the country will be taking time to help end childhood cancer. In San Francisco, the St. Jude Walk/run to End Childhood Cancer will take place at the San Francisco Zoo. If you haven't pre… more
Curbside Cafe-neighborhood bistro in Pacific Heights
Curbside Cafe is a small neighborhood bistro in Pacific Heights. Located on California Street at Fillmore, it provides a quiet little respite from the hustle and bustle of the exciting neighborhood shopping area in which it is located. This has… more
The people in our neighborhood-meet John Milestone
Mr. Rogers used to sing about, "these are the people in our neighborhood" and I find myself humming that tune from time to time as I meet new people in and around my San Francisco neighborhood. One week recently I had a chance encounter… more
Gray skies fitting for 9/11
September 11, 2016 Today is a solemn day, a day of remembrance, and it's only fitting that skies are gray in San Francisco as the flag flies at half staff. I walked back home this morning from the Sunday Farmer's Market at Ft. Mason, passing the… more
Is Fido Looking for a home in Hayes Valley?
Those in the know know that living in the Hayes Valley area of San Francisco is trendy, hip and fun! Located conveniently close to the Civic Center you're as likely to see residents on bicycles as in cars. The newest condo development is 450 Hayes… more
Labor Day Fun - You don't have to wait a year to enjoy it
Yesterday, Labor Day 2016, I was reading my online newspaper while enjoying my first cup(s) of coffee when I chanced upon a pleasant, informative article about musician unions in San Francisco. One of the unionized groups mentioned was the Golden… more
The Romance of San Francisco
San Francisco is a destination city for many vacationers from around the world. It's popular with conventioneers and sports enthusiasts. It's a dream city for many residents and would-be residents, too. For many, the romance begins with their first… more
Median Rental Prices Decline in San Francisco
For the second month in a row, the median rental prices in San Francisco have declined, allowing San Francisco to slide to the rank of second-most expensive city in the United States, just behind New York City. But -- and there's always a but --… more
San Francisco-the new and the old
San Francisco - the new and the old. Contrasting architectural styles and sizes somehow bring the past alive. This picture was taken from the Yerba Buena Gardens near the Moscone Convention Center south of Market Street. The church is St. Patrick's… more