The caretaker's shed at the San Francisco Botanical Gardens in Golden Gate Park.
This would be a really cool job, or so it seemed at the time. There is a lot to take care of in the 55 acre garden which contains over 50,000 individual plants of the more than 8,000 represented species from around the world. Much of the help depends on volunteers and it appeared most of the work needed to be done was weeding. Now who enjoys that? Well there are those who do.
I really thought this would be a neat shot. It was a rather dark and shady location but I was pleased with how it looked on my little screen on the back of the camera. Later, I now see it would really have been a great photo if the little name plates were in focus and you could read them. So what did the auto focus zero in on? I have no idea. It is probably camera shake. I should have had a tripod and cranked the aperture way down for greater depth of field and let the camera do it's thing at a slow shutter speed in the dark conditions.