International Orange
I’ll be there soon! YAY HOME!

I’ll be there soon! YAY HOME!

biggerstaffexposure:
functional art=good design

biggerstaffexposure:

functional art=good design

Pride Week 2011. 

Pride Week 2011. 

Seems to be a nifty website about what I should could would do in San Francisco. Better get on that when I get back to the bay. (Summer internship in LA is keeping me from home).

heymause:

(by Bernie DeChant)

So many pictures of this gorgeous city are just too pretty to pass up. I had every intention of only blogging my own photography, but but but…. I love this.

heymause:

(by Bernie DeChant)

So many pictures of this gorgeous city are just too pretty to pass up. I had every intention of only blogging my own photography, but but but…. I love this.

I like that.

I like that.

South of Market is where I spend all my time. Living in TenderNob Downtown.

South of Market is where I spend all my time. Living in TenderNob Downtown.

Stevenson Street parking garage, off New Montgomery  South of Market.
 ”You’re walking, practically dragging your feet because you are so exhausted from the long day. It is just after dusk and it seems like if it isn’t blinding white light, it is florescent red taillights. You turn onto Montgomery Street off of Market Street. You see yet another red sign, the House of Shields. This just seems average for some reason. You’re heading down the street further toward the Academy building when you look to your left down Stevenson. Doesn’t seem to be much of interest, until you notice inside the parking garage. They got it right, they finally got the color red right. Perhaps it is just because it is so close to the color green that it seems so much better, or just the dark ally lit up by the select few neon lights but they just got red right.”

Stevenson Street parking garage, off New Montgomery  South of Market.

 ”You’re walking, practically dragging your feet because you are so exhausted from the long day. It is just after dusk and it seems like if it isn’t blinding white light, it is florescent red taillights. You turn onto Montgomery Street off of Market Street. You see yet another red sign, the House of Shields. This just seems average for some reason. You’re heading down the street further toward the Academy building when you look to your left down Stevenson. Doesn’t seem to be much of interest, until you notice inside the parking garage. They got it right, they finally got the color red right. Perhaps it is just because it is so close to the color green that it seems so much better, or just the dark ally lit up by the select few neon lights but they just got red right.”