Let’s take a little trip around San Francisco with local photographer Melinda Earle. She documents the Richmond neighborhood in series of lovely slice-of-life cell phone shots called The Richmond Chronicles, as well as shooting around town. Every so often, she catches odd juxtapositions of San Francisco’s pastel architecture and squeezed-in plant life, like the one above, at 8th and Balboa. I’m happy to be able to share a few of these plants here.
Baker and Fell.
Palm and Euclid.
Hollis and Park.
Golden Gate and Masonic.
4th and Clement.
Thank you, Melinda, for sharing your photos, your plants, and your city with us. Folks, if you’d like to see more, check out her page, @melindaearle at Statigram.
Have a lovely first weekend of meteorological spring, everyone! If you see any cool urban plants, consider sending us your pictures as well.