A street fair under the signature palm trees in San Francisco, California
Richmond, Virginia was one of the greatest coffee port cities north of the Indies. Due to coffee being light weight during the trek overseas, many ships would also carry ballast stones in order to make up for the shortage in weight. These same stones were re-purposed and used as the cobbles that make up some of Richmond’s streets today.
There is a certain charm to these cobbled streets …..
The Ginza is Tokyo’s most famous upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment district, featuring numerous department stores, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, night clubs and cafes.
A visit is most pleasant on weekend afternoons when the central Chuo Dori street is closed to automobile traffic and becomes a large pedestrian zone. Image circa 1985.
A Japanese street vendor selling wares to a customer. Circa 1985.
Street musicians performing in front of a painted scene in Seal Beach, California
A portrait of a street performer in Asheville, North Carolina
Graffiti artists show off their artwork on the streets of Panama City, Panama