Posts Tagged ‘architecture’
The Mission Creek, as seen inside the basement of the San Francisco Armory.
Fantastic appropriation of a school bus in El Rosario, Baja. There were even tables inside!
When I first visited San Francisco, this was the view that I remember upon entering the city: little pastel houses in rows on the hillside. And I thought, “Man, this is the ugliest city.”
Taken yesterday, but you get the idea…
Our friend Megan brought us on an architectural tour of the Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption. Those black vertical strips on the outside are stained glass! Whodaknown? I know I’m not the first person to see this glowing cross, but it is a great feeling to discover something for yourself without anyone telling [...]
A year ago yesterday, I woke up in Buenos Aires for the first time. It was an afternoon nap. This was the view from my balcony on Lavalle.
Everything looks beautiful–if you look at it in the right way.