Good morning Mission! Right at the heart of 24th street is a wall of graffiti, but more importantly 24th Street BART. Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya

It’s 7:57 a.m. and 49˚ out, and expected to head up to 63˚. Details for the next ten days are here.

Today’s block:  24th to 25th, Mission to Bartlett. I left my place at 6:45 a.m. which is noticeable by the light in all of the photos.

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With the light good early on, so much the better to sign on to document your block. Don’t wait! Let us know what day and block you would like at info@missionlocal.com. You can see a map of all of the blocks here.  The blocks in grey are being saved for others who have signed up. Let us save a block for you as well.

You may forget it, but that batch of lights up north is our neighborhood neighbor, Noe Valley. Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
You may forget it, but that batch of lights up north is our neighborhood neighbor, Noe Valley. Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
Even the garbage trucks have to speed down the most decorated and interesting streets in the city. Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
I love this picture for three reasons. First, the commuters that are on their way to work or school. Second, for the one way sign. And third, for the meaning that I chose to find in it; for all of us going somewhere this morning, there is only one way. Forward. Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
On Bartlett street in the early morning the street lamps like to pretend that they are as bright as the sun. Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
I love the juxtaposition here; a regal blue house right next door to something more simple.. Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
Have you ever seen so much empty spaces between two houses in San Francisco? Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
The sun is rising and the color of the sky is changing. Can you keep up? Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
It’s true. Even though it’s hard to find, there is. Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya
As I came to the end of my walk, I stopped in front on Rosamunde, and thought to myself, who is up for trivia night? Photo by Eugeniya Kirovskaya

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