Drew Coffman @drewcoffman

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Never settling.

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San Francisco. (1/6)
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San Francisco. (1/6)

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When fog rolls in, it shrouds the tallest buildings of San Francisco in white. Instead of obscuring, it makes their presence larger. (2/6)
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When fog rolls in, it shrouds the tallest buildings of San Francisco in white. Instead of obscuring, it makes their presence larger. (2/6)

From a high enough vantage, a look out into the distance of San Francisco reveals the combination of city and nature which makes the area feel so unique.  The concrete gives way to water, and the water melts into sky. (3/6)
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From a high enough vantage, a look out into the distance of San Francisco reveals the combination of city and nature which makes the area feel so unique. The concrete gives way to water, and the water melts into sky. (3/6)

Looking up. (4/6)
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Looking up. (4/6)

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The new skyline is almost complete. The Salesforce Tower, the tallest building in the city. (5/6)
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The new skyline is almost complete. The Salesforce Tower, the tallest building in the city. (5/6)

The last trip that Kristine and I took to San Francisco was the first time we felt at home in the Bay Area. It’s hard to visit the city and not feel like a tourist, shuffling along with everyone else. This time, even in the areas most packed full of people, it felt right. (6/6)
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The last trip that Kristine and I took to San Francisco was the first time we felt at home in the Bay Area. It’s hard to visit the city and not feel like a tourist, shuffling along with everyone else. This time, even in the areas most packed full of people, it felt right. (6/6)

V. Sattui
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V. Sattui

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The complexity of a tree trunk
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The complexity of a tree trunk

Picnic vibes.
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Picnic vibes.

Overtaken.
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Overtaken.

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Growth.
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Growth.

Overgrown.
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Overgrown.

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