Remember all those Plywood Padlock Pigeons hanging above San Francisco a year and a half ago? Sure you do, they were Everywhere You Wanted To Be.
As here, seen back in ought-seven hanging about the MoMA in the SoMA on 3rd Street Willie Brown Way:
Well, now those “berds” from Browne in “Los Berdgeles, CA“ can have a place to stay, courtesy of the birdhouses appearing above the Streets of San Francisco these days.
As here, in the Mission, Mission District District, with famous Sutro Tower (it’s analog AND digital, thanks for asking!) in the background:
Hey, have you heard? Teh Berd is the Word.
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