“A Richmond Review article on a 2004 meeting described how an Almaden resident protested the likely loss of light and views – even though the building would be to the north, out of the sun’s path, and the “lost view” would be of a 125-foot-wide thoroughfare that has yet to grace a postcard.”
From the time betwixt the Coronet Theatre and the senior housing what’s there these days:
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Moving on. I’ve come to the conclusion that not only does John King take pichures as good as the full-time staff photographers/editors what’s at the San Francisco Chronicle, he takes pichures better than the full-time staff photographers/editors what’s at the San Francisco Chronicle.
I mean, he’s making his point about whatever, so isn’t he the best person to take the photo to make the point?
To prove this, I’d cite the photos from the article above and also what SFGate had about the CIRM worm. (I was looking forward to seeing how a pro would handle that crazy building, but oh well.) Compare those shots with John King’s over at the SFGate archive. See?
John King is better, faster, cheaper, stronger, photography-wise
Just saying, bro.