Shelagh's Lens


A Spring Weekend in San Francisco

I thought of describing this visit as a Spring Break for, although I was in town for business, and even though it rained much of the time, I came home refreshed and feeling thoroughly spoiled. That may have had something to…

Read More

On the Waterfront – San Francisco

It occurs to me that most of my posts this summer have been reflections of life on North America’s west coast. You’ve seen a series of images from Spanish Banks, which is my favourite home town beach. We did make…

Read More


San Francisco, on the west coast of our continent, is home to many memorable sites, including the Transamerica Pyramid, dressed to kill in crushed quartz and seen here from the waterfront. The building was designed with both environmental and architectural…

Read More


Here’s the result of another early morning meander. While I enjoy photographing people, there are some images that beg to be unbroken by the appearance of others, and this was one such pier.  

Read More

Early Birds

When travelling, near or far, new locales can sometimes be even more interesting before most people have begun to stir. Here, in San Francisco, these fishermen and their companions were out on the pier well before the sun rose. As…

Read More