Little humans (California)
June 3, 2016 by Chris Dunn
When I wasn’t chasing landscapes with my Pentax 6×7 during a recent weeklong visit in the Bay Area, I was chasing my niece and nephew with my 5DII throughout their Fremont home, San Francisco and everywhere else.
Fortunately, their mother and my sister-in-law Emily has never known me to be without a camera in hand, so here are some pictures of Layla and Henry, and occasionally Matt and Emily:
© 2016. Eating tacos from Ofelias Taqueria Truck in Fremont.
© 2016. Fremont playground time with Jeff.
© 2016. Henry was just starting to stand on his own when we were there.
© 2016. Henry, crawling up the stairs, watches Layla brush her teeth.
© 2016. Up and about after an afternoon nap.
© 2016. New books to read.
© 2016. Henry makes the correct “ready for food” Dunn face at dinner at OK Noodle in Newark.
© 2016. Playtime before bedtime.
© 2016. Bubbles, courtesy of Layla.
© 2016. Snacktime before bedtime.
© 2016. YouTube time before bedtime.
© 2016. Layla prefers her sleeping bag over her real bed, for now.
© 2016. Henry, looking contemplative while getting dressed.
© 2016. Morning exercise.
© 2016. In a goods shop in San Francisco Chinatown.
© 2016. Layla gets a sip of Emily’s cappuccino at Cavalli Cafe in San Francisco.
© 2016. Jeff attempts to push Layla’s stroller up Lombard Street in San Francisco. Five minutes later, Emily decided to take Emily and Henry back to level ground.
© 2016. On the BART to the Mission.
© 2016. Out of the BART, in the Mission.
© 2016. Burritos at La Taqueria. (Jeff and I later tried a burrito at El Farolito, which we agreed was superior.)
© 2016. En route to Muir Woods National Monument.
© 2016. Henry takes a stand in Muir Woods.
© 2016. Early-morning pajama time.
© 2016. Henry cleans up his spilled goldfish, via his hands and mouth.
© 2016. This is what happens when Jeff babysits while Emily takes Matt to work.
© 2016. Henry discovers a pot lid.
© 2016. Getting ready for a big day.
© 2016. Family excursion to the Golden Gate Bridge.