As I walked toward the piers along the Embarcadero in San Francisco, I could feel the weight of my backpack pulling at my shoulders. I had filled my backpack with two cameras, a wide angle lens, memory cards and several rolls of black and white film. That morning I could not decide whether I wanted to shoot with my film or my digital camera. When I was near the Ferry Building, I made the decision to shoot only with my film camera. The foot traffic on the pier was a diverse mix: some walked to work, some were out for a run and others were taking in the city sites. People who live in and visit the city can take a short walk along the piers and end up anywhere. As one walks down the Embarcadero, there are plenty of places to stop and take in the beauty of the city and to notice the details of what the city have to offer. What one does in the city is truly a matter of making a decision and enjoying the outcome, no matter what happens.