Sights in San Francisco


Visiting great places of San Francisco.

"Every man should be allowed to love two cities, his own and San Francisco."

I've found a place where I can truly feel at home. And lately, my new home here in San Francisco is more comforting to me than anywhere else I've lived.

My life has seemingly been in a bit of whirlwind caused by uncertainty of what I want to do. I love blogging and I truly do love sharing my thoughts, opinions, and inspirations with people; I'd do it every minute of every day if I could. Luckily (at least as of lately) I've been able to, but I know I need more time for myself, my family, and my partner. So, to recollect my thoughts, I took to the street of San Francisco and really soaked up all it has to offer.

I recently had the chance to enjoy myself and really explore San Francisco.  I’ve never just wandered and admired the trollies, visited the Golden Gate Bridge, or seen Lombard Street. Even though I’ve only lived in the Bay Area for a little over a year, it feels more like home to me than anywhere else I’ve lived. The culture and the lifestyle align so well with mine, I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else now or in the future. I’ve started a life here that I don’t want to share with any other part of the world, at least not right now.

I've partnered up with New Era Caps to really showcase San Francisco in a way reflective of this passion for The City. If you know what it's like to live here, then you don't need to see Lombard or Union Square in the photos to know it's San Francisco. You can tell just by the buildings, the paints, the pavements. San Francisco is so unique, those who truly know it are familiar with its subtleties. I'm honored that I was chosen to represent San Francisco and the Bay Area in such a way. Thank you to all who make it possible, and to the city that started it all.

Where do you find your solace? Feel free to share in the comments below.

Featuring: New Era Caps (all hats c/o)