Eyes on the Street: A Bird Behind the Bridge and Parrots on a Pole

Thanks you as always for adding your beautiful photos to our Streetsblog San Francisco Flickr pool. Please send us your best shots and we might feature them on the blog. Anyone have a picture of the parrots flying around Coit Tower and Telegraph Hill?

doll_heads_small.jpgWhere dolls go to die. Photo: real plastic trees
umbrellas_small.jpgPhoto: anitakhart
never_ever_park_here_small.jpgPhoto: throgers

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