From the category archives:

High on a Hill

Noe Awakens

by Mister SF on 12/23/2017

>> High on a Hill

Nestled in a cranny along the sidewalk at 233 Noe Street between Market and 15th, the Noe So Cute lemonade stand promises a reawakening. MisterSF recently noticed a decrease in activity at the whimsical landmark until we saw its latest offering, referencing the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

From treasure maps to power naps and gardening advice, all manner of goods and services have been offered at the unattended stand since 2012.

Noe So Cute became a Tumblr account and hashtag the following year.

Duboce/Castro neighbors maintain the lemonade stand despite vandalism such as this Bastille Day massacre.


Sunshine Wrapped in a Rainbow

by Mister SF on 06/18/2013

>> High on a Hill

Dateline: Polk and Pine Streets, where Mister SF makes an astronomical discovery and finds one of the most beautiful things he’s ever seen in San Francisco just by looking up.

What a Dump!

by Mister SF on 04/21/2013

>> High on a Hill,Notorious SF

Here’s a pile of garbage that’s sure to hit the fan. Until then, what’s Mister SF to do in order to bring a touch of lovely?

Wish You Were Here 011413

by Mister SF on 01/14/2013

>> High on a Hill,Only in SF

Hooker Alley

by Mister SF on 04/09/2009

>> High on a Hill

A flowery update from Hooker Alley.

Hopper’s Hands

by Mister SF on 03/18/2009

>> High on a Hill,Only in SF

Hopper’s Hands is an SF icon.

Anza Hill Parking Lot

by Mister SF on 10/17/2008

>> High on a Hill

No dancing on the parking lot…


by Mister SF on 10/14/2008

>> High on a Hill,Only in SF

Vista over an urban barn…

Classic High on a Hill

by Mister SF on 07/08/2008

>> High on a Hill

The view; the city; the VIEW; the City; it sees itself and can’t look away. Heart of the City celebrates the most beautiful corners of San Francisco. Some are famous, many are not, all are fleeting. Continue to the Classic Galleries…