This month’s theme for #littlelitbookseries is cities.
If you’ve been to San Francisco, you’ll know it’s one of the most beautiful and palatable cities in the US. So much is packed into its 47 square miles — row houses packed cheek by jowl along precipitous streets, countless fantastic restaurants just a stone’s throw away, distinctive architecture and pockets of natural beauty hidden throughout the city. We love how Miroslav Sasek captured this ever-changing city with his witty and modern eye in This Is San Francisco. Originally published in 1962, the edition pictured was published by Universe in 2003. What’s everyone’s favorite spot in SF? Some of ours are the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park, Warming Hut at Crissy Field, the Ferry Building and the drive along Lincoln Blvd. in the north part of the city.