Winter is here: this was the white wonderland I drove through last weekend coming home from Humboldt County. The weather should be similar this weekend as the Bay Area is supposed to be walloped by a series of massive storms.
you, the vandal, plunder the village as you will;
the earthworm will pillage you, the vandal, when you are under –Moondog
The Danish group Efterklang perform their album Piramida in concert at the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Coming at you from a dreary and wet location atop Nob Hill.
This is a gorgeous piece of music to an equally beautiful film, Cherry Blossoms.
The Planning Department is preparing the required environmental review for the forthcoming proposals related to improving Market Street into something hopefully the city can be proud of. The Better Market Street initiatives seek to enhance mobility ad reduce conflicts along Market Street, primarily by restricting private vehicle access, which is supported by the city’s long-standing Transit First Policy. Physical upgrades will likely entail new pavers and pedestrian amenities as part of a refreshed urban design concept for the city’s most important civic thoroughfare. It’s been busted for so long, I’d argue that some public investment and some urban love can only do Market Street, particularly its maligned mid-section a world of good.
Read more about efforts aimed at improving Market Street here.
I recently had a birthday and received as a gift a negative scanner. It was only in 2005 or so that I started using a digital camera in earnest. Before that time I was taking pictures with either my Nikon or trusty Pentax K1000. It’s exciting to go through boxes of old negatives to slowly digitize years worth of memories. These are a few of the first images I took and developed in my sophomore year in high school.
Most are in Niles and Sunol, on the outskirts of Fremont, CA but some are also from my early travels in Europe.