Architecture critic, style agnostic, photographer of things that don't move. Author of Cityscapes: San Francisco and Its Buildings (Heyday, 2011).
@vivianho gets results!
How busy is Montgomery #BART station? In the morning, work-bound commuters USE THE STAIRS!
Potrero Hill branch library: come for the books, stay for the second-floor view.
Amazing how compact this city is; when bright & clear, Lone Mountain is w/in shouting distance of Potrero Hill.
Golden Gate Bridge the best kind of icon -- just doing a job.
This is why people fall in love with San Francisco #Bernalfacingwest
Forget Victorians. For me, nothing says S.F. like a Flintstone house.
Retaining wall as #brutalist sculpture.
That was fast: the backside is gone, and the new @SFMOMA already is on the rise.
Something tells me the line for the 3 p.m. ferry from Oakland isn't usually this long. #BARTstrike
This sign at closed restaurant, meanwhile, I can imagine nowhere else.
Sign at #BARTstrike scene. But hey, who's counting? @sfgate
Today I'm helping cover possible #BARTstrike. Which means staring at this motley slice of urban design all day.
On S.F. public rooftop, watching bees in rosemary whilst cranes sway.
Some corners if S.F. have a raffish unplanned beauty all their own.
Candlestick Park wearing a see-through aluminum dome, c. 1981? Why not? #UnbuiltSF (from the Chronicle morgue)
Imagine that: an ATM next to gambling machines at the Reno airport.
Best part of flying from SFO? Changing BART trains at magisterial brutalist Glen Park station.
My favorite #BayBridge detail? The suspender cable clamps.
This spot cries out for a concession stand. #baybridge
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