A Special Photo for the Hill People of Bernal’s West Slope

Last weekend Neighbor Isaac captured one of the most awesome and unusual photos of Bernal Heights you’re ever likely to see: It’s a supermongotelephoto view of the area where the La Lengua Autonomous Zone meets Bernal’s west slope. The perspective is surprising, because the photo was taken from (wait for it…) Twin Peaks!

For reference, that green patch in the center is the Colridge Mini-Park, with the Esmerelda steps running up the hill behind it.

The view you see above is nice, but for the proper mind-blowing experience, don’t miss the fully embiggened version of the photo. Wow!

PHOTO: Isaac Hepworth

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13 Responses to A Special Photo for the Hill People of Bernal’s West Slope

  1. Tony Holiday says:

    OMG – is this gorgeous or what!

  2. foonus says:

    Can we please have Isaac retake this photo when the scaffolding is off my house, directly behind the Coleridge mini-park? It should be 10 days from now.

    Everyone else, please update your schedules accordingly.

  3. Doug Coleridge says:

    Damnit, just TWO more houses to the left…

  4. Caroline P. says:

    Super, super cool. Thank you, neighbor Isaac.

  5. edtstd says:

    This is a stunning work. Well seen, expertly captured. Wow!

  6. WJ says:

    I am totally loving that bright blue house in the top left corner. What a gorgeous color.

    • mrsgreyinsf says:

      There appear to be 3 houses about that same color on the lefthand side. After I painted my house “swamp green”, there seemed to be a dilige of houses painted green in the hood.

  7. Val says:

    Woot! There I am!! (and I’d be happy if the house next to ours was painted green – it would be much better than the peeling/rusty/I haven’t been updated in 20 years look it’s currently rocking…)

  8. RK says:

    unusual? howso? awesome photo … that is, for gawkers of bernalwood for bernalgasms.

  9. So glad that folks like the picture. Thanks for the kind words!

  10. For those interested, I posted a shot of the hill itself from the same vantage point at http://www.flickr.com/photos/hepwori/7189781440/in/photostream.

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