I want to thank each and every one of you who have been following and supporting me since I started this blog. I truly appreciate it.
Since I started my second blog, SKEdaddle, it’s been hard for me to manage both sites and because my information and photographs are related to my travels, I have decided that I will slowly be transitioning from this blog over to my SKEdaddle blog. It’s unfortunate that most my followers are on this site but the transition makes the most sense for me.
Won’t you please follow me over?
My hope is that you will continue to follow and support me over at SKEdaddle. If the spirit moves you, please click on the link and hit the follow button. I will be posting much of the same things I post here, along with much more fun travel related information as well.
In somewhat keeping with the theme of the Photo Challenge this week (Up), I thought I’d share some more of the images I took in downtown San Francisco.
One of the aspects that I love in a downtown city setting is the juxtaposition of classic architecture against the backdrop of the more modern architectural buildings. It creates a interesting dynamic and adds a richness of history to a current city atmosphere.
On a recent trip to San Francisco, I took several images looking up at the buildings in the downtown district. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with these images so thank you Photo Challenge for giving me an outlet for these photos! 🙂