San Francisco in January, a Photojournal

San Francisco, CA

It’s where we go, and what we do when we get there, that tells us who we are. – Joyce Carol Oates

A week ago, I had the privilege of traveling to San Francisco for my job. The reason for the travel? Several conferences were being held simultaneously for the pharmaceutical, biotech, and investing industries. The major news outlets had cameras set up in Union Square, and all described the scene as the “most suits San Francisco has ever seen.” Yes, it was true.

Regardless of the suits and the conference, San Francisco in January was beautiful. Back at home in Ohio, temperatures plunged below zero degrees, and the weather churned up the first covering of snow for the season. But in California, the sun shone bright, temps stayed mild, and of course, San Francisco was San Francisco, one of America’s most charming cities. I loved every minute. Following, some photographs I took while there …

San Francisco in January, a Photojournal

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Victoria in Union Square
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Old (St. Patrick’s) with the New
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Looking up in the Financial district
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My favorite part, the cable cars
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Sears Fine Foods, since 1938 — excellent breakfast
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the Golden city with a touch of sunrise gold
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Le P’tit Laurent, San Francisco, CA — incredible French cuisine, beautiful fleur de lis silver
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Curran Theater, circa 1922
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TransAmerica Building
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Jackson Square area
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Neiman Marcus, the breathtaking ceiling
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Riding the Powell & Market cable car — UP!
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About to board the cable car
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the views from the cable car toward the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge


The world is big and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark. – John Muir


There is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun. – Christopher McCandless

Have you traveled to San Francisco? What is your favorite part?

Published by Jennifer Lyn Art

About Jennifer Writer Author Photographer Artist Corporate Marketer Happy Wife & Mom World Traveler Grateful.

4 thoughts on “San Francisco in January, a Photojournal

  1. So glad you loved SF! I love nearby, and what I love most lately is going to the edges of the city- the beach, hiking, biking of the Gokden Gate and exploring the Marin area. So much to see and do there.


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