Weekly Photo Challenge: Rare

Picture of Golden Gate Bridge

Here is proof that crystal clear days do indeed occur at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. This picture was taken just over a decade ago, and I’ve yet to return even though there are a million reasons to go back. So much has changed in my life since then, and for the better. Perhaps what I most remember about that trip was eating at The Stinking Rose. The Forty Clove Garlic Garlic Chicken was delicious, though the next day I could not stand how I smelled. Eating that much garlic actually makes the body hurt. Now that’s pretty rare too if you think about it when it comes to this week’s photo challenge.


11 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Rare

  1. Great photo, Jeri!! I love when I can catch a crystal clear blue sky day on a visit to the Bay Area! Though, the foggy days can be mesmerizing, cozy, romantic and mysterious – all at the same time! I hope you are having a great weekend! 🙂

  2. Jeri, it’s so funny that you mentioned The Stinking Rose. Several years ago while visiting San Francisco, a fellow blogger took me there. I love garlic but some of the offerings were a bit much!


  3. Hi Jeri, I love visiting San Francisco. Even though it’s a short trip from home, it has its own vibe and seems like a entirely unique city. I’m sure San Franciscand would agree. Been to Stinking Rose several times too. 🙂 and have never seen as clear a day of the bridge than your pic. Nice!

  4. Awesome picture! The green tree next to the bridge deepens the red hue of the bridge. I loved San Fran. Saucelito was interesting. Wouldn’t mind going back there myself.

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