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Insider Photos From SF Giants Opening Day

For this week's Scenes of the City we headed down to AT&T Park to partake in Opening Day festivities. The sun was blazing and so were the Giants with a 7-3 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. 

Scenes of the City: The Creative Process at 3 Fish Studios

For this week’s Scenes of the City we headed to 3 Fish Studios in the Outer Sunset to hang with Annie Galvin and Eric Rewitzer, the husband and wife /painters and printmakers team. 

Scenes of the City: Eagle Point Labyrinth

For this week's Scenes of the City we headed out to the rock labyrinth at dog friendly, Land's End. Perched on a small headland off the main Coastal Trail, the labyrinth is a great stop while exploring the area.

Scenes of the City: China Beach

For this week's Scenes of the City we headed out to China Beach, a small cove in San Francisco's Sea Cliff neighborhood.This perfect pocket of sand features a picnic area, ample room for sunbathing, and on a clear day, great views of the Marin Headlands and Golden Gate Bridge.

Scenes of the City: Billy Goat Hill

In the southern end of Noe Valley the terrain transitions to the bluffs of Diamond Heights in a steep, rugged fashion. The home of great views of the city, a sweet rope swing, and some short but challenging running trails, Billy Goat Hill is a great place to explore on any afternoon. 

Scenes of the City: Grandview Park

Grand View Park offers sweeping views of the city from downtown to the hills of Pacifica.

Scenes of the City: Heron's Head Park

A bird lover's paradise exists along the Bay shoreline just off of 3rd Street on the border of the Dogpatch and Bayview-Hunters Point.

Scenes of the City: Bernal Heights Park

At the southern end of San Francisco, Bernal Heights Park stands as a beacon above the Mission.

Scenes of the City: Gentleman Scholar Signs

We tagged along on a couple of job sites with Andrew Lawrence of Gentleman Scholar Signs

Scenes of the City: Corona Heights Park

We took an urban hike to Corona Heights Park right in the middle of the city to take in views of downtown, Sutro Heights and south of San Francisco.

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