The rain is coming. Looks like a storm from 22nd and Florida. There is a bit of a rainbow in there, can you see it?

It is now 55˚ and expected to rise to 63˚. Details for the next ten days are here.

The sun is playing hide and seek –or rather, the rain. A bit of a rainbow here and there.

Allergies are going wild. Anybody’s nose and eyes out there feel the same?

I walked down the street from my house to take these photos. It’s the block on 21st and 22nd, between Bryant and Florida. Enjoy!

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Side entrance. The pink door seemed a bit out of proportion. But, there’s always someone that fits the entrance.
Glass protection at laundromat.
Plants all over, they are good to hold the car cloth.
Imitation of the #Missionposter. You’ve seen it, except it always has names of Latinoamerican music bands. Love the simple, inexpensive design. Mutiny Radio on 21st and Bryant has caught up with it.
A box with cork inside. Soaking up the moisture. On Florida and 21st.
New unit being remodeled on the left, a Guadalupe watches over next door.
Ever feel like you can tell when your face is changing?
Bondage tree. Nowhere to go. On Bryant and 22nd.
Rain drops on and off. Plants are luving it. On Bryant and 22nd.
Plantas despeinadas. Waiting for the rain.
On 21st and Florida, at a bike rack. There is an active Copwatch group in the Mission, you just have to look closer.
First I thought it was Scarface. But, then I realized it was Fred Armisen. Very funny.

Andrea Valencia

Andrea was born and raised in Mexico City, where she graduated as a translator/interpreter. She has been working with Mission Local since 2009 translating content for the Spanish page. Also lives in the...

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  1. Luv, luv, luv the pic with rainbow. Sure hope to live long enough to see the City improve San Francisco’s beauty by placing all the electrical and street overhead wires underground.

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