Photographer's Note

Not a great photo or even a good photo but I like it.

Market street in San Francisco is always busy. The level of frustration is high, and there's little time to stop and marvel at its buildings and inhabitants. Stopping often means getting honked at by busier people than you. The last few days before Christmas intensifies the whole experience
As I was sitting in traffic listening to loud Christmas music on the radio I was fascinated by the break lights in fron reminded me of christmas trees, with all the shine and glittery. It amazes me how often people bypass beautiful small things as they rush Rush RUSH to get to the big things. I found all the colors beautiful. The person in the car behind me did not have the same concept of beauty and I can still hear the loud honk.

I know this photo is not very good, however it is a fair representation of Christmas
in San Francisco, as people (in cars, and trains , and cable cars, and buses, on bikes, on foot) all rush about trying to buy one more gift. I won't be offende if others don't like it too much.

Steadied the camera on the top part of the steering wheel. Cropped, levels, resized incremetally, and saved.

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