Saturday, April 8, 2023

Tropical sunset (April 2)

 I skipped all of March?  That's kind of funny.  I understand how it happened, but still.

I've been sending my phone photos to my stock agency instead of posting them here.  But even they likely can't cope with the number of cloud photos I have.  

Saturday, February 4, 2023

Blue Clouds (Feb 2)

 So blue!

Dreamy Sunset Over the San Francisco Bay (Feb 1)


Streetlamp before sunrise (Jan 30)


Faceted faith (Jan 28)


Sharp corner (Jan 28)


SF New Chinatown Subway Station alcove (Jan 28)

 Alcove Appreciation

SF's New Chinatown Subway Station (Jan 28)

I've really enjoyed the art at each of the three new stations.  Great work by the City on ensuring the art budget gets applied.

Agriculture-altered scenes (Jan 27)

So much of the train ride home is heavy in petrochemical industry scenes, but these are also heavy-industry-shaped.  Agriculture is a VERY heavy industry.

Alien cow abduction (Jan 22)

 On the way to visit a loved one in an intensive care unit, I still took a moment to appreciate this piece.

Corrugated buildings (Jan 20)

I was waiting for news of a loved one who was in the hospital, and while I waited to plan my visit, I went for a walk.  The shadows were pleasantly harsh.

Lions of the New Year (Jan 19)

I've loved lion dancing since childhood (I've written short scripts for tiny movies about lion dancing on a muni bus, which would be fun to make someday), and so was delighted to enjoy this performance with colleagues.

Concrete Pagoda of Peace (Jan 16)

The friend who joined me in San Francisco's Japan Center (Nihonmachi) has been sharing this photo widely, because of the DRAMA.

Sunday, January 15, 2023

Cloud Ships, Menacing (Jan 12)

 It's like a pre-contemporary-era UFO. :D

Pastel evening sky (Jan 12)

I just found out there is a club that does nothing but share sky photos, and among other things, I realize how spoiled I am for great skies.

Sinking Sun, Yellow Light (Jan 9)

 Moisture in the air can shift the colors so dramatically!

Thursday, January 5, 2023

Monday, January 2, 2023

Tree (in the space)

 Glossy floors make for nice reflections.  Also: the new trusses make the ceiling look so light!

Stone window (Jackson Square)


Wet pier (vanishing point looking east)

 I needed some fresh air and a walk, and despite the rain, I had both!