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HITCH-TOURISM: MISSION DOLORES

May. 11, 2014No Comments

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Mission San Francisco de Asis or more commonly known, Mission Dolores was a massive highlight of a recent trip to San Fran for me. Even though the church and grounds are a touristy stop, it feels lingering and mysterious inside. Like some kind of amazing time warp that allows the place to unfold as a discovery–just like the etherial scene in the graveyard in Hitchcock’s Vertigo (a movie I was obsessed with in college). And the Hitch-meets-Lynch, chevron beam ceiling in the main chapel—–is incredible.

Photos by: Liubasha Rose

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The Rosy Lion, by Liubasha Rose