20 March 2010

Reflections: Yank Sing

Yesterday I was bragging about the dim sum at Yank Sing. If you're ever in San Fran and don't have time to sit down for some of the delicious treats, just pick some up from Yank Sing 2Go!

To see more reflections from around the world, click on the Weekend Reflections link. Happy weekend!


  1. Ooh, I love dim sum! Had some (well, a lot actually) with noodles for lunch.

    Is that you with the tote bag? One-handed photography? :)

  2. I love dim sum too
    looks like a really pretty place

  3. Great reflection my friend. YOu did well with this. :) Very cool reflection. I love Dim Sum :)

  4. I love windows reflections, and this one is so charming!
    Well done!
    Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

  5. Hilda: I think the person with the bag was my husband. He must have been standing behind me when I took this picture. That's always the hard part of getting reflections on glass - getting it without yourself. Although sometimes it's fun to have yourself in there too.

  6. I really like this shot! You've caught reflections on the front and the side as well. Nice catch. Kathy

  7. Nice and cool reflections!
    Have a lovely day.

  8. Great capture. I love dim sum :)

  9. I really appreciate your visits to my blog and your comments. I wish I had time each day to comment a lot more, but I've been working my tail off. Fortunately, part of that is blogging for SEO (and of course, fun).

    So, you have been on the Amazon? I don't see it on your blog, although I'll check under Cruises :)

  10. That looks like a great place. I checked out their website. San Francisco's Chinatown is were I first heard of and tasted dim sum many years ago.

  11. Tapirgal: I haven't posted any photos from Brazil on this blog yet. My hubs and I were there in 2007. I plan on getting them up sometime though - once I've run out of more recent stuff.

    This resto was actually not in Chinatown. It's down on the waterfront. But I understand they supply a lot of the dim sum you'll get in Chinatown. But of course it's fresher direct from the source!

  12. Best dim sum I ever had was in Chinatown in Phila. I was the guest of a local Chinese doctor and got the royal treatment. Delicious.

    Thanks for stopping by to share my visions in B&W. Ansel Adams I'm not, but I'm trying hard to capture a vision and having a blast at the same time.


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