In San Francisco's Lombard Street, eight hairpin turns comprise what's considered the most crooked street in the world. The distinction might be questioned by some but the switchbacks do have sharp bends to require a driver's full attention. While cruising at a maximum speed of 5 miles/hour, tourists enjoy a fleeting moment at this quarter of a mile long section, snapping blurry shots of their experience.
A gardener meanwhile tends to a plot of hydrangeas. Ever since a local resident decided on planting these flowers back in the 1950's, the block became increasingly popular and more tourists began to drive down the one-way street.