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  • Nicasio St Marys

    Old St. Mary's church in Nicasio, CA. Quite possibly the oldest, continuously operating Catholic Church west of the Mississippi - established in 1867. Sunday mass at 11:15.

  • GG Angels

    The Blue Angels starting a low pass past teh Golden Gate Bridge.

  • Neptunes Daughter

    'Neptune's Daughter in Benicia, CA by Lisa Reinerston at sunset; neaby wildfires providing the dramitic sky.

  • Love Benicia

    Benica beach with a heart at sunset.

  • Tight Formation

    Blue Angels over North Beach during the 2019 Fleet Week in San Francisco, CA.

  • Door Fish

    Salmon doorman assisting the school. The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die! ©2019 Brian G Fitzgerald; Contact Brian@biker1337.com

  • Sunriver Fun Runners

    A couple of runners having a good time, having just passed the school of Salmon. The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die! ©2019 Brian G Fitzgerald; Contact Brian@biker1337.com

  • oompa loompa

    oompa looma jogging past the salmon. The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die! ©2019 Brian G Fitzgerald; Contact Brian@biker1337.com

  • Cliff House Salmon

    Michelle at the Cliff House on Ocean Beach after the Bay to Breakers. The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die!

  • Dead Salmon

    Having successfully completed the journey to the spawning grounds, the giant Salmon dies. The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die! ©2019 Brian G Fitzgerald; Contact Brian@biker1337.com

  • Salmon Run Finish

    The 25th Annual Salmon Run school, gathering at the waterfront for their class photo. The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die! ©2019 Brian G Fitzgerald; Contact Brian@biker1337.com

  • School of Salmon

    Having completed their spawning journey, the salmon hallucinate in vibrant colors during their final throes. The 2019 school fade away. The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die! ©2019 Brian G Fitzgerald; Contact Brian@biker1337.com

  • Howard Street

    Here comes the crowd! The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die! ©2019 Brian G Fitzgerald; Contact Brian@biker1337.com

  • Hayes Street Fish

    Two Salmon take a break on Hayes Street with City Hall in the background. The Breakers to Bay Salmon Run are a school of Salmon swimming upstream, trying to reach their spawning grounds at the Chieftain. They push through a river of runners, who always seem to have this Bay to Breakers race during the roe laying season. 2019 marked the 25th annual Salmon Run. To join up with these cacophonists, show up at Alamo Square on race day around 7:30 with a fish costume. Swim, Spawn, Die! ©2019 Brian G Fitzgerald; Contact Brian@biker1337.com

  • Morning BMW

    A beautiful BMW on the Easter Morning Ride. I believe this is an R60/2 with the Earles forks. Take note of the custom cylinder guards. Love seeing vintage bikes actually being ridden. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Two Up

    Farther and sun heading out after sunrise from the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Lounging

    Taking in the sunrise just after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Three Amigos

    Hanging out on the peak of Mt Tam as the sun rises just after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Capturing the Sunrise

    A couple perched on the peak taking in the sunrise after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • East Bay Rising

    The sun, just as it starts to peek out over the East Bay, just after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Kalle

    Kalle pontificating on the Giant's season so far, while taking in the sunrise after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Jeff

    Wide eyed and awake after the Easter Morning Ride. Clowning around in the parking lot just after sunrise. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Lone Husa

    A Husaberg on Mt Tam after the Easter Morning Ride leaning up against a fence. In true dirtbike style, it doesn't have a kickstand. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Taking in the Sun

    Watching the sunrise from atop Mt Tam after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Easter Tam Sunrise

    Sunrise over the East Bay after the Easter Morning Ride. This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Reflecting

    Easter Morning Ride This Bay Area tradition was started back in the ‘70s by Mean Marshall. A spirited ride up to the peak of Mt. Tam to watch the sunrise on Easter Morning, purportedly started as a harebrained idea after a long night of partying. While originally a Brit bike gathering, all marques are now welcome; and quite the diversity of exotic bikes are in attendance.

  • Missile Woman

    Driving the rocket truck around the country. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Wrong Ren Faire

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • That Guy

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Sweeps

    The Doggy Diner float at the Ferry Building. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Blue Wolf

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Feed Breed Breathe

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • All Seeing Eyes

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Sun Mask

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Profile in Yellow

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Sneaking up on the Spectators

    Disapproving observers, unaware of their company. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Watching You

    The Doggy Diner heads in all their glory. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Nyx at Night

    Ira and Laura at the Sock Exchange. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Dope

    This Renaissance Fair Sucks! The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Need Love

    The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Born again

    Peter Saves! The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Green Invasion

    And you thought we didn't need a Space Force! The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • The Red Hand

    The Red Hand tells us to go. The 41st annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, April 1, 2019. The First Church of the Last Laugh (FCCL) has only one High Holy Day, and THIS IS IT! Come join the festivities of the Pretty True One and Only Church as we observe the Stations of Stupid: Bless the Fed with your losing lottery tickets; Knock at the door of the Tomb O’Stupid; Take the Leap of Faith at the Statue of the Bare Butt Mechanics; parade rest at the Sunken Plaza of Slack; join in the Sock Exchange (at the old Pacific Stock Exchange); and toss your last pennies at the Banker’s Black Heart in front of the Triple Five (formerly the Bank of America building).

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Busting Out

    Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

  • Every spring, the San Francisco Botanical Garden has the Magnificent Magnolias event. The gardens have over 100 Magnolias which all bloom once a year. In 2014, the blooms came very early due to unusually warm weather. Pretty much the middle of winter: January and February. The SF Botanical Garden is 55 acres of calm in the heart of Golden Gate Park. It has over 8,000 species of plants and is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. It is definitely worth a tour as a visitor, or especially as a city resident (entry is free for residents). www.sfbotanicalgarden.org Comments and critiques are welcome. Contact biker1337@yahoo.com to use this image.

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