Tires in the bay.
Black as Coal as Night
The 1959 Dairyman's Feed and Supply factory in Petaluma.
Chicago "L" train pulling into the underground Jackson Street Station.
In the Spark of the Night
Baker Beach, San Francisco
Nowhere To Go
An SFFD fire boat docked under the Hills Bros. Coffee building in San Francisco, CA.
As The Sky Grew Dark
The Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice, Italy.
Now the Sun Turns Out His Light
Pier 1 on the San Francisco Bay.
The Echo of a Distant Time
Passing up the stairs through the Torii gates of the Hie Shrine, a Shinto shrine in Nagatachō, Chiyoda, Tokyo.
The Memory of Days to Come
A small lighthouse in Santa Cruz, CA.
San Francisco's Yerba Buena Gardens.
Momentarily Out of Action
The Evening Spreads Its Sail
Pier 14 on the San Francisco Bay.
Québec libre!, also known as Vaillancourt Fountain, was designed by French Canadian artist Armand Vaillancourt and installed in 1971.
Despite all the controversy over it's so called "hideous" design and threats to remove it, this has been my favorite fountain in the world since I used to run through it as a little kid. In 1987 I almost charged the stage to drown U2's Bono when he spray painted his graffiti all over it and I'll chain myself to it if the city ever again tries to demolish it.
Fontaine de la Pyramide
The glass pyramid of the Louvre in Paris.
One of the 16 sculptures of the Stravinsky Fountain next to the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
The Night Untouched
A small carousel spins near the Eiffel Tower.
We Was Born to Move
San Francisco's Broadway Tunnel.
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