A lone Joshua Tree on a winter day in its eponymous park. Although the color is a bit exaggerated via Hipstamatic, the trees are exceptionally green at this time of year.
Langton Street in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood of San Francisco, the same neighborhood where we at CatSynth live.
Lute sculpture in Battery Park at the southern end of Manhattan.
Through this window at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the city itself becomes a work of art. The partial reflections add texture.
If you haven’t already done so, please check out Part 1 of our report from the newly renovated MoMA.
Structures on Samoa Beach near Eureka, California. I’m pretty confident these produce some of the sounds that I heard as I was filming the material for my latest CatSynth TV video, which you can see and hear below.
A vacant lot in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco opens up a view to many layers of architecture.
A study in geometry, texture, and light with my favorite building in the Mid-Market district of San Francisco.
The Mesquite Dunes in Death Valley at sunset. I featured this image in my recent music video celebrating Death Valley – a “painting with music.” Please check it out if you haven’t already.
A serendipitous Wordless Wednesday, taken during a concert at the Uptown in Oakland, California. I liked both the architectural detail of the pipe against the brick, and the blue lighting.
Video from the show – the Active Music Series 10th Anniversary festival – will be up on our companion channel CatSynth TV soon. Please subscribe at https://youtube.com/CatSynthTV.
The Marina Lighthouse in the Marina district of San Francisco, on a beautiful late-summer day.