Seafood Crap Soup, Puppy Diapers and Fiber-Optic Dolphin Lady: The Best of Mission Street


Laura Bess spent the morning at one of the import shops on Mission Street and snapped pics of some gems. The first two are good for laughs, but the third bowls me over. Like something out of a very special lo-res issue of National Geographic.

Click each to see photographer’s commentary.



5 Responses to “Seafood Crap Soup, Puppy Diapers and Fiber-Optic Dolphin Lady: The Best of Mission Street”

  1. My parents dog wears diapers- but he’s a frenchie, so we can just use baby ones.

  2. William says:

    Hi, Allan. I love your photo selections. Here’s a set of urban photos, most of which I’ve taken in the Mission.

  3. Junk Thief says:

    Whenever I see the expression on that dog in diapers, I just wonder what is going through his/her head.

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