Photos from San Francisco and nearby, 2002-2003
Downtown SF graffitti after the US invaded Iraq
Protest drama, the day of the invasion
Closeup on one of Golden Gate Park's prehistoric-looking tree ferns
Transamerica tower shoring up the Sentinel building
(former HQ for The Kingston Trio, now American Zoetrope.)
Grace Cathedral reflected in apartment windows
City Lights seen from from Vesuvio, both former homes of the Beats
The "defenestration" building, also on 6th--a derelict building turned
I think it's no coincidence San Francisco has lots of statues of naked
An anarchist mural in the Haight. Such optimists.
SF chic--the victorian, the harley, the vespa.
Murals abound in SF, even on 6th street (the rough part of town)
Poppies in Golden Gate Park
Part of the AIDS memorial grove
Part of the building I worked in at LBNL in the misty Berkeley hills
One of the two comfy coffeshops in the Richmond district
In Big Sur, a few hours south of SF, there's a waterfall that pours
right down onto the beach. I think it's the only such place in the nation.
Stanford's Hoover Tower, seen from the main quad
I'm a sucker for arcades of arches, particularly when you can see five
layers at once.
More of the main quad's arches
Constantly, there are weddings in the quad.
You have to elbow 'em out of the way to get to class. (almost.)
light on my dorm room walls
...well, it <i>used</i> to be a center, anyway.
Lantanas and fallen blossoms at Stanford