Another view of the row of Victorian houses that make up the Painted Ladies. While these are not the only Victorian houses painted in bright cheerful hues in San Francisco, they are undoubtedly the most well-known. Constructed in the 1890s, this stretch is also known as Postcard Row. Not too difficult to imagine why, as I think it is near impossible to take a bad photo here. On the flip side, the ladies have also found themselves the subjects of countless other photographers, which makes a unique perspective that much harder to catch. Hopefully, my own versions do them justice!