jessica mae burkart
designer, photographer, crafter, music + cat lover.

all text + images are my own unless otherwise noted.

enjoy the delights in my life.


travel photography > san francisco

San Francisco was a bit different than I envisioned. I knew there would be hill after hill, that trolleys cluttered the streets, and it was home to the 60s revolution. What i didn't know, or actually realize until was there, were how many homeless people wandered the streets, the amount of good graffiti and the lack of greenery in the downtown area. Despite all of these things, San Francisco is quite an interesting, unique, flows to its on vibe city. A city everyone must visit. We stayed with a friend off Market St, at one end of the Mission neighborhood. We spent our days walking all over the hilly streets, visiting stores i buy cards from online, exploring museums, and photographing everything. Of course my favorite area was Haight Street, or hippie-ville. There were more vintage stores than i could handle, trendy dark bars perfect for drink breaks, and of course, one-of-a-kind people. We did the typical touristy things, went to fisherman's warf, rode a trolley, saw the seals, and walked for many hours throughout gold gate park. A good beginning to our week long California adventure.