Posts Tagged ‘tree’

The Only Thing Better than Finding an Abandoned Christmas Tree in February is Seeing This Spooky Stoop Pumpkin in March

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Bad things happen to Christmas trees tossed out too late – as seen in February 2017:

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And here’s your invitation for trick or treat, as seen on Ashbury in March 2017:

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Who Throws Out Dead Christmas Trees in Late February? People Who Live in Frisco, That’s Who

Monday, February 27th, 2017

Here’s a good one, been there for a while, prolly will be there for a while longer since SFGov’s Holiday Tree Recycling Program is long since over:

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And here’s another good one, it’s been on the mean Streets of San Francisco for a couple weeks now, after getting moved here and there:

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But now it’s been properly disposed of by passersby, thank goodness:

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We’ll have to wait and see how DPW gets this one down…

Those “Cherry Trees” You See Blossoming About Frisco Now are Plum Trees, NTTAWWT

Monday, February 13th, 2017

So blossoms in late January or February aren’t as much of a sign of global warming as some think.

Anyway, plum trees are famous for early blooming,¬†is what I’m saying.

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You’ll Never Guess What’s Under the Christmas Tree at This McDonalds

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

I’m thinking a Big Mac, a Quarter-Pounder and maybe a McFish or something, the gold, frankincense and myrrh
of McD’s:

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These are the new-school cardboard packages.

But ‘member the old design? I do.

Heron Roost of the Palace of Fine Arts, The Marina District, Frisco

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

Black Crowned Night Herons mostly, I suppose. The teenagers of this species are brown:

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I count nine, but who knows how many are lurking about in this stand of trees…

West Portal Memories, Christmas Edition – Tying a Tree to the “Roof” of Your VW Beetle Convertible

Friday, December 9th, 2016

This was an annual tradition, back in the day.

Via Area Photographer James Corrigan:

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Palm Tree Pencil Skirts

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

Just down the hill from the Westerfeld Mansion, aka the “Russian Embassy.”

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The Wild Parrots Not of Telegraph Hill – As Seen Over the Eucalyptus of Golden Gate Park

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

The range of dese boids has increased a lot since I first saw them on the Filbert Steps some 11 years ago:

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Speaking of which, they still hang out there, but they aren’t as approachable as back in the day:

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FAQ

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And some shots from the Aughts

An Up-Close View of the Prius-Killing Tree of Clement Street

Friday, August 12th, 2016

This attack¬†from a few months back…

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…came from this tree, which still shows where it broke apart:

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Beware beware…

Big-Ass Tree Branch Falls on Panhandle Bike Path, Again, Again, Again, Again, Again…

Sunday, July 10th, 2016

Near Fell and Clayton this afternoon:

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This kind of thing happens with regularity…