The San Francisco Public Library is a cathedral.
If you stand in one spot at the Buck Institute, designed by IM Pei, and look down and take a photograph, then look up and take a photograph, and if you then compress the two images of looking up and looking down into one image, you get this wormhole into Euclidean geometry.
This view of the Kaiser building from the parking lot elevator makes me think the city is a beehive. I suspect we have more in common with the social species like termites and wasps than we care to admit.
When you use the tank of your toilet as a studio for optical studies, this is what you get.
The carwash is the cheapest thrill in town
Inside is the best macrobiotic organic vegan Tibetan food in town. Outside is a palimpsest. Yet another reminder to not judge a book by its cover.