San Francisco Photo-Walk - Time for Lunch at restaurant of 'De Young Museum'

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.

The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final quality.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

Charlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus only.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

Here is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San Francisco.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

A beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing one.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

Some chit-chat in the backyard after lunch !

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de Young.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

The museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audiences.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

The de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.

Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_Museum

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.

Michael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as well.

For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.
For last few days, I have been sharing photographs from different places San Francisco which we covered during one of the awesome photo-walks so far. This Photo Journey shares some of the moments from De Young Museum which was our halt for lunch during the Photo-Walk day. let's check out more fun-filled moments from De Young Museum.The very first photograph of this Photo Journey shares all faces who joined for Photo-Walk and I was the one who was clicking this photograph. I had lot of expectation from this photograph and equally disappointed by the final qualityCharlie bypassing all the apples in garden, as he is just coming from his lunch. Although still thinking about considering about one of the apples lying in De Young Museum in San Francisco. This photograph is shot in the garden on the back side of De Young Restaurant.After having wonderful lunch at museum restaurant, we though of having a walk around this beautiful place.Mike showing some of the photographs clicked through his DSLR.Not sure, what Ella's expressions say here.Ella trying to click some artistic shots around De Young Museum. During this Photo-Walk I noticed her trying various angles and visualizing different compositions. One of her goals was to click a good water reflection photograph adn finally she found one in De Young Campus onlyHere is one of the photograph inside De Young Museum. Although we didn't spend much time inside, but it seemed huge with different exhibition halls at different levels of the building with some areas offering souvenirs and books about San FranciscoA beautiful view through one of the windows of De Young Museum.It seems Krithika was still hungry after lunch or she couldn't resist these delicious apples :) ... By the end of our walk in this garden, everyone felt like grabbing oneSome chit-chat in the backyard after lunch The De Young Museum is also known as the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. It's a fine arts museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It is named for early San Francisco newspaperman M. H. de YoungThe museum opened in 1895 and was housed in an Egyptian style structure which had been the Fine Arts Building at the fair. The building was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1906, closing the building for a year and a half for repairs. Before long, the museum's steady development called for a new space to better serve its growing audienceThe de Young’s chronological survey of American art includes galleries devoted to art in the following areas: Native American and Spanish Colonial; Anglo-Colonial; Federal and Neoclassical; Victorian genre and realism; trompe l’oeil still life; the Hudson River School, Barbizon, and Tonalism; Impressionism and the Ashcan School; Arts and Crafts; Modernism; Social Realism and American Scene; Surrealism and Abstraction; Beat, Pop, and Figurative; and contemporary.Check out more about the museum at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._H._de_Young_Memorial_MuseuMichael de Young responded planned the building that would serve as the core of the de Young Museum facility through the 20th century. Louis Christian Mullgardt, the coordinator for architecture for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, designed the Spanish-Plateresque-style building. The new structure was completed in 1919 and formally transferred by de Young to the city's park commissioners. In 1921, de Young added a central section, together with a tower that would become the museum's signature feature, and the museum began to assume the basic configuration that it retained until 2001. Michael de Young's great efforts were honored with the changing of the museum's name to the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum. Many more developments happened in the Museum campus after that as wellMike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco.   
Mike and Luc setting timers to have a group photograph with everyone is frame at De Young Museum, San Francisco. 

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