SF Snapshots: San Francisco Living

San Francisco Rearranged

(Mystery Photo) originally uploaded on by Bennett Hall

Fridays, I like to do a little something I call SF Snapshots.  It’s a little break from real estate that gives you a glimpse into life in San Francisco.  I usually get the photos from Flickr.

But this week, I thought I’d try something a little different!

It’s (drumroll) … a MYSTERY PHOTO!

This week’s photos comes to you from Bennett Hall.  A little background on Bennett:

Bennett has been a photographer in San Francisco since 1972.  He’s native born, a graduate of SF State, ran a gallery at Market and Powell for 10 years and co-founded an organization that became the first Business Improvement District in San Francisco, originally in the City Center Partnership. 

Along with taking his own snapshots, Bennett has digitally remastered quite a collection of historical San Francisco photos and has them for sale at his site, www.sfimages.com. 

His historical photos have been on display all over San Francisco including Momo’s, Hills Plaza, San Francisco Bay Club and the United States District Court. 

He and his company product art programs for businesses, hotels and hospitals and operate the first custom framing studio that is dedicated to “green practices.”

Now, back to the Mystery Photo!

I’ll be revealing where this photo was taken from next Friday.  If you’d like to take a stab at the vantage point, shoot me an email with your best guess.

Winner will get 4 free passes to The San Francisco Zoo.

Oh, and there can only be one winner – so first right answer takes the prize!

Don’t forget to check back next week for another awesome San Francisco photo. 

And if you’d like to throw your photos into the pool of candidates for my SF Photo Friday collection, tag your SF Photos from Flickr with LubaSF.

Happy Friday!

Luba

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