Mar 11, 2012

Scenes from Sunday Streets: The Embarcadero

It might have started out as a drizzly, cloudy day, but the sun and people both came out en masse for the season opening of Sunday Streets on the Embarcadero. It's one of the event's most popular routes, capturing locals as well as the many people visiting from out of town on the weekend. It's also one of the longest, stretching around 4 miles from Pier 39 & Fisherman's Wharf all the way down past AT&T Park to Illinois St. I captured a lot of the fun out on the streets today and am glad to have Sunday Streets back in town once again!

Deep's always got a convoy of people groovin' to his tunes!

Father and son relaxing to some other tunes on the waterfront.

Photos continue after the break.

Two kids deeply engaged in conversation, two-abreast.

Can you spot the three different levels of groovin' and dancin' in the streets?

Everybody do the hoola-hoop!!

Rock the Bike pulling an impressive crowd.

My mom took the opportunity to stylishly enjoy some comfortable streets.

A shot of my girlfriend Laura and I near Fisherman's Wharf.

And none of this would be possible without our wonderful and dedicated volunteers – thank you!

See you all on the next Sunday Streets in Golden Gate Park and on the Great Highway – 15 April (11am-4pm)!

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