Day’s End: Mission District

That part of the day when slivers of light from the setting sun pass through the city streets and graze the tops of buildings is always my favorite time to head out with a camera.


All Images: Leica M9 + 28mm f/2 Summicron

16 thoughts on “Day’s End: Mission District

  1. Beautiful colors! Love the angles looking up toward the roof. I never like that setting sun light because it feels depressing to me but it’s obviously a great time to take pictures.

  2. Such perfect light and colors. And, of course, the Mission never fails to provide scenes worth photographing! Love that neighborhood.

  3. You are really good at capturing light effect! I myself love morning time a little before sunrise and the light and air around 3 or 4 p.m., which depends on which season, though. Still I don’t go out for shooting during those parts of the day these days:((
    Oh, I don’t know you have an M9!! And the lens Summicron is what i want for my screw-mounted old Leica! I Love the tones and colors in the photo of Bridget. Tender:))

  4. I loved Mission in my last trip to SF!
    Great colors in architecture and mexican food, lot of bicycle stores…
    great images, after 6pm SF was poetry for my camera!!! your, too!!!

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