Sunrise at Golden Gate Bridge.
I cherish moments like these. The kind of moments you print out and paste in a photo book. The kind of moments your kids discover years down the track and learn just a little bit more about you by looking at a picture.
With the diminishing number of bookstores worldwide, we should take a step back and admire the one-stop source of inspiration, travel and imagination. @citylightsbooks is a classic SF bookstore founded in 1953. The walls itself tells stories that touches every person who visited.
An interview from @guardian tells the story of Tân Khánh Cao, a managing staff of the bookstore shared the first experience of stepping into the bookstore, "After cashing my first paycheck at 15, I came to City Lights. Browsing, I found Giovanni’s Room by James Baldwin. Dell pocket edition. I had never heard of James Baldwin. I came back after every paycheck for another until I had read them all." What is your fondest memory of a bookstore? Share and tag @poca.stories and be featured! 📸: @guardian