Bay Area Adventures | March, 2018


Here’s a look back at March before the clock turns to May tomorrow! We kick it off with a lovely view of San Francisco.

Celebrating the Duke win against UNC! Of course, we lost the next time we played them, but that’s ok. Elite Eight!

Brunch with creative ladies.

Our monthly accountability meeting, this time at Casa Bary (Do-Hee’s house).

Here’s Do-Hee in her incredible work nook. And me with one of my two t-shirt quilt creations.

Oakland date with Pam.

Blu Bungalow Open House.

There’s Talk at the Rickshaw Stop.

A visit to Coit Tower with Vince.

I started a 100 day project in April, 100 Bay Area Gems. I illustrate some of my favorite places here in the Bay and share one each day. You can follow along @makelearndo. Here’s the post about Coit Tower.

A jaunt through Chinatown.

Egg tarts from the elusive Golden Gate Bakery.

Foggy sunset over SFO.

TAF dinner #1 since some folks were in town for the board retreat.

And TAF dinner #2!

Bouquets to Art at the deYoung with my friend Saira. The de Young Museum was also one of my 100 Bay Area Gems. See the post here.

Also see my sketch and the ensuing conversation about the second piece shown below.

A visit to Pam’s new house, with Meyer lemons to take home!

And visiting Rebecca & Dave and their brand new addition to the family. Plus, they’ve now adopted not one but two Taiwanese Mountain dogs.

Fried chicken & Makeup at the Glossier pop-up in SF with Genevieve.

Glossier took over a diner, so you can still order their giant fried chicken sandwiches here.

Brunch with Martha of Honeybook, and my Meyer lemon creation from those gems that Pam gave me.

I signed up for a two-week membership at Yoga Tree in March, and I did yoga for fifteen days straight. This was an interesting side adventure in the middle of those two weeks, when I saw that Chapel of the Chimes was hosting a free yoga session. Yes, yoga in a burial site.

It was less strange than you might imagine.

And afterwards, we were treated to a guided tour of the whole place. It’s a historic building that houses cremated remains, with sections designed by Julia Morgan.

Henry the canary serenades everyone from one of the courtyards.

I shared about Chapel of the Chimes in my 100 day project. You can see the post here.

A truly beautiful resting place.

An open house for the Union Coterie, a wonderful collective of wedding professionals.

Watching a RAWdance performance in the beautiful Green Room at the SF War Memorial.

Babies galore.

And last but not least, a tarot spread from my friend Stephanie in honor of the blue moon.

Anna Wu is a wedding and portrait photographer based in San Francisco. She compulsively documents and blogs all of her daily adventures. Follow herĀ on instagram and view more of her professional work at