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There’s plenty of light at night time in Tokyo, whether it’s as simple as the lanterns above, or as big as the Shinjuku street scene below.
Japan offers no shortage of cool things made of stone or stone-like substances … both large and small! To check out more rocks, roll on over to Ailsa’s Travel Theme, y’all!
Since I’ve lately been on the subject of architecture, my favorite building in the world celebrates its 40th anniversary today! An instant icon, the Sydney Opera House was officially opened on this date in 1973. Since then it has become … Continue reading
Everything takes on an orange hue when photographed in a dense row of torii gates at Kyoto’s Fushimi-Inari shrine.
I’m not an architect, and I don’t play one on TV, but I’m really into cool architecture. I’m always amazed when someone’s vision comes to life on such a grand scale. It doesn’t matter to me if it’s a minimalist, … Continue reading
When it comes to absolutely fresh seafood — like from the ocean to the table in an hour — nothing beats the Sydney Fish Market, especially if you’re looking for gross stuff like cleaned baby octopus or anything else with … Continue reading
Music lovers do the darndest things, but this collection of people matching poses of album covers is sheer genius! It’s called Sleeveface, and as you can see, people can get pretty creative with it. So, if you got any old … Continue reading
A bike, red lettering on a white wall … a scene of simplicity in Cheung Chau, Hong Kong, 2011.
It’s July in San Francisco, and for we natives the golden hour(s) come between two and six o’clock in the afternoon. That’s when the temperatures have risen enough to push the fog back as far as Twin Peaks and Sutro Tower … Continue reading
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve participated in Ailsa’s Travel Theme, and I’ve dug through the archives to come up with some cool and interesting sculptures I’ve seen in my travels, and here at home in San Francisco!