Local photographers to be celebrated by Supervisor Mar

When it’s not covered in mist, San Francisco can be a pretty stirring photo subject, and as a way of recognizing the uniqueness of The City, Supervisor Eric Mar is hosting an event to celebrate some local photographers.

From 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Mar will host an exhibit titled, “Photography from the Fog,” at his City Hall office. The gallery will feature shutterbugs from the Richmond District who specialize in capturing the essence of San Francisco.

While the artists on display all now call San Francisco home, they originally hail from various parts of the globe. Their unifying theme is an appreciation for the sights and scenes of the Fog City.

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