Steeped in maritime lore, Jack London Square is one of Oakland’s most identifiable landmarks and a symbol of the city’s history as a seaport. Fronting a natural estuary leading to San Francisco Bay, the site was the heart of Oakland’s port operations, linking the industries of shipping and agriculture. It remains a vibrant working waterfront. www.jacklondonsquare.com
I saw this warehouse and fell in love with it. Besides the little sign for passer-byers, I love the colors on the building. The random red door and curtain. See? Stuff like this is found in Oakland...love it! PS - this print is available on Etsy
My little brother and I decided to go out on the beach, even though it was about 60 degrees, windy, and cloudy. There he is trying to keep my mom's dog warm!