Archive for the ‘bay area’ Category

Sutro Tower and Salesforce Tower Now Bookend Frisco

Thursday, November 30th, 2017

Mighty Sutro on the left and brand-new SFT on the right, with Mt. Tam in betwixt, in this view anyway:

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Still adjusting to seeing SFT from many many places all over our Bay Area…

Maximum Marin: NEWT CROSSING

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Only in Marin (County):

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Richmond San Rafael Bridge with Two Islands: One You Can Buy and One You Can Rent

Friday, April 28th, 2017

Buy on the left and Rent on the right.

As seen from mainland Frisco:

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Bay Area Bucket List: Fort Point, Point Bonita Lighthouse, PG&E Tower of the Golden Gate Bridge

Friday, December 23rd, 2016

You should be able to see them all, from this very clear and cold day:

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Point Bonita Lighthouse you should go to once, and only once, IMO…

75 Years: Happy Anniversary, Little Yellow Buoy, I Guess

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Nearby Alcatraz had this anniversary back in aught-nine – perhaps that has something to do with something…

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As Seen From Frisco: Black Sands Beach, Conzelman Road, Sausalito, CA 94966 – No Nudes is Good Nudes

Thursday, September 17th, 2015

Everybody at Black Sands Beach has made a pretty big effort to get there, what with this part of Conzelman being a one-way road.

Most of the people you can see are never-nudes, not that it’s easy to tell what with the heat haze making photos a bit blurry:

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You should visit some time…

Iconic Bay Area: Alcatraz, The Slot, Mount Tamalpais

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

West Peak, Middle Peak, and the East Peak of Mount Tam in Marin County, all above a very good place to look for wind and fog and general cloudiness:

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A 2.5-Minute Exposure – “Waiting for the Sun” – Marin Headlands, Diablo, Yerba Buena, Bridges, Skyline

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

Not a cloud in the sky:

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The Giant “Left Coast Lifter” Floating Crane was 100% Made in China, So That’s Why It’s Painted Red, White, and Blue

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

This thing is straight outta Shanghai, People’s Republic of China, but it’s the biggest red-white-and-blue whatever that you’ll ever see:

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These days it’s just hanging out in the East Bay, looking for work, as many others are.

When will it be moved, when will it get used again?

Nobody knows…