This photo comes close to capturing the despair I feel when going through the cell blocks of Alcatraz, where everything seems drab, and the dim light offers little consolation to the gloom of it all.
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In 2008 I was traveling to the Bay Area for work. Every Monday morning I would get on the 6AM flight, and fly back Thursday evening. Often I would stay the weekend, wander around the city, make new friends, reacquaint with old ones. The project […]
I’m ending street art week with one of my favorites, a long standing piece that’s hidden in the alley between Valencia and Mission streets, less than two blocks from where I used to live. I love the burst of colors, the use of repeating geometric […]
Fleet Week is one of my favorite times in San Francisco. For a week, sailors from the navy, marines, and coast guard recently home from their overseas deployment come to town, and the city celebrates with events, cheap drinks, air shows, and parades. The Blue […]