If you’ve seen my Instagram or Flickr photos, you’ll see a lot with the same street corner. While it doesn’t look very interesting, this is what I see each morning right next to the Livefyre office. The weather in San Francisco changes so much I thought it would be fun to see the same spot, as the sun changes position, the fog moves in, and summer starts. Here’s a gallery of these pictures for you to enjoy! We’ll be moving to a new office soon, so these pictures will be stopping. Maybe I’ll have a new morning picture to see the a new pattern emerge!
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It's awesome to have clicks of the same spot as the sun moves in various directions..It seems as various lightening effects are given to these images.
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