Someone with a mask. Photo by Tauseef Khan
I'm looking at you. Photo by Tauseef Khan

The Sunday Mission Walk street-photo essays began in 2009 with Armand Emamdjomeh, who is now at the Washington Post. They’ve been on hiatus for some time, but when Tauseef Khan sent these in after taking a Sunday walk on Feb. 5, it seemed the perfect time to resurrect the essay.

Mission Street. Photo by Tauseef Khan.
Dogs first. Photo by Tauseef Khan.
Taking a break. Photo by Tauseef Khan.
At Regalito at 18th and Valencia streets.
Flowers. Photo by Tauseef Khan.
No, this way. Photo by Tauseef Khan.
A Muni Stop. Photo by Tauseef Khan.
A conversation. Photo by Tauseef Khan.
Patterns, at 16th and Church Streets. Photo by Tauseef Khan.

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  1. The building pic at 14th & Church is wrong. It’s on 16th & Church. The building that was there before was known as Catholic Purchasing during the 60’s until it was demolished. Some of us students from Mission Dolores Boys School at 3371 16th Street, would buy our Converse gym shoes there for $10.00 also during the 60’s. Around the corner up on 16th Street was a notorious apartment building used for prostitution.