Very cool infographics by Eric Fischer. Obviously, this is San Francisco. The tourists are downtown, along the wharves, out to Alcatraz, and along the Golden Gate Bridge. The locals are further up Market Street, and out through Golden Gate Park, but also in downtown Oakland and Berkeley.
Less familiar is my old stomping grounds of New Orleans – where the tourists don’t leave the French Quarter, CBD and Warehouse District, except to go a little uptown to the Garden District.
Then there’s my hometown, Buffalo, where tourists dare not tread (and apparently the locals don’t post many photos either):
Everyone seems to be missing the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Delaware Park.
The information was derived from people who posted and geotagged their photos.