Scenes of the City: Love in San Francisco
A couple enjoys the view from Twin Peaks.
In this week's edition of Scenes of the City, we're celebrating Valentine's Day with some appropriately lovey images. While 7x7 did not ask each and every one of these people if they were "in love" (which might have gotten awkward) they all appear to be sharing a moment with a special someone or two.
This guy took a momentary stop at a stop sign to plant a kiss.
Seems like spring has sprung around SF already. One pair relaxed at Dolores Park with their V-day themed dog, and another let the crowds walk around them as they smooched at Haight and Ashbury.
Whether you love your partner or your slackline - all love is welcome in Dolores Park on a sunny afternoon.
Fighting Monday's wind and the resulting flying sand, this pair inched their way barefoot along Ocean Beach.
This duo carried on a conversation at Dolores Park in the fading afternoon light.
At the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, several pairs lounged on the lawn soaking in their companionship, their afternoon reading and the fleeting weather.
These two cuddled on a blanket Sunday afternoon at Dolores Park while sharing a beer and book.
Love finds its way to a curb in the Lower Haight on Friday night.
The barrier wall at Ocean Beach serves as a great place to relax and take in the sunshine.
A maze of bodies: a typical weekend scene at Dolores Park.
Reassurance that there is longevity in love.