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.
A machine at Bodie, California, a remarkably well-preserved ghost town in the eastern Sierra Nevada.
9/11 Memorial in New York, November 2012.