Wordless Wednesday - Fishing Boats @ Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco


RNSANE said…
It's an interesting world at Fisherman's Wharf...past and present....fishing boats that bring in the day's catch to feed the hungry tourists, the sound of barking seals in the distance, the beautiful vistas of the Golden Gate, often shrouded in fog, with mega vessels housing whole cities gliding underneath as the Alaska cruise season gets underway again. I love it all!
barbkaus said…
I love all of this too! Barbara MSp
barbkaus said…
I love all of this too. One of my favorite places in the world. Great shots! Barbara (MSp)
betchai said…
There are images that speaks for themselves and need no words, just like the three you posted here. They speak of a lot of character, the pier, the wharf, the boats, the water, fog, blue sky, life is great.
Icy BC said…
Beautiful pictures, Joanne..
bessye said…
Hi Joanne,
Bessye here. I loved San Francisco when I lived there in the early 80's. Especially the wharf, the excitement it created with everything and everyone. No place like it!

zorlone said…
If only there was a port here in my country as beautiful as this one. hmmm... I think maybe at Subic Bay. But I haven't been there a while. Sorry for the monologue.

I love the pictures. It's like a crowd of boats lined up patiently waiting for their owners to arrive to take them out for a leisurely ride on the coast.


I just noticed my widget here! That is better than any blog award I received. Thank you Joanne!
Ratty said…
I love pictures of boats like this. It brings back thoughts of watching Gilligan's Island when I was a kid. It was one of my favorite shows when I was little.
Carmen, I love it all too. That's why I'm there all the time. I may as well just move in that area.

Thanks Barb.

betchai, exactly and thank you.

Icy, thank you.

Bessye, I totally agree. In what neighborhood did you live?

Z, It does look like that. They are all "boats in waiting" And, you are welcome.

Ratty, I love Gilligan as well.

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