The various elements of Joshua Tree come together in this minimalist photo.
Sutter Street in downtown San Francisco near Union Square. We see the jumble of different architectural styles and heights that characterize these blocks.
This photo was taken in late February. The traffic and bustle of activity feel so long ago.
As we count down to the start of Passover, we look back at my visit to the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York last November. The Garden of Stones is a living memorial to the holocaust, with an arrangement of trees and stones that complement and contrast the architecture of the building. From this perspective, they also frame 1 World Trade Center quite nicely.
“Lucky cat” figurine purchased in Shanghai, China in 2009. It appears in many of our synth-demo videos.
Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco, a couple of weeks ago.
Merp is ready to share a glass of wine with his human friends.
With wine, cats, good music, and intellectual and artistic curiosity, we will get through this.
Mono Lake, September 2019. The Hipstamatic treatment makes it look like it could have been the same place in 1959.
This building on Polk Street has long intrigued me. It feels very out of place style-wise with a more 1960s modern-tropical vibe compared to its more “classic San Francisco” surroundings. It houses some Asian businesses and otherwise seems vacant. I personally like both modernist angles and its dissonance.
A combination of Hipstamatic presets turns an industrial section of San Francisco into an alien landscape.