I love getting a different perspective on the world in which we live. This picture that I ran across recently certainly qualifies as one of my favorites.
Here we see the Bay Area from “You are Here.”
When I’m walking San Francisco, I tend to think of The City as a tiny dot on the map, but this picture makes the 49 square miles seem like a large land mass compared to the rest of the surrounding Bay Area towns. This picture also underscores the interesting geography of the Bay Area with all of her hills and bodies of water. The topography alone in this city keeps it interesting and always provides us with ways to explore and discover.
Todd Lloyd, DC
Doctor of Chiropractic
San Francisco, CA
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