nice angle! Is that a mall?
So much concrete and steel to city life in America.
Very symetric !
Nice picture with an different perspective.
Have a nice day.
Ads find themselves in curious places!
Interesting angles in your shot. I’ve found myself looking at a lot of SF photos today – would love to visit!
That must be a tricky spot if the speed limit is only 10 MPH!
“Shine” always makes me think of the Quarterflash song of the same name. I’m so 80s.
That particular overpass is for busses stopping at the Transbay Terminal – hence the low speed limit.
Wow! Lots of angles! Not a very pretty part of a city, but the picture is taken from an interesting perspective. I would not want to look at that view from my window.
Very interesting shot!
Nice street scene.
I just got a Roland JV-35, new in the box, for $275. I can’t wait to the weekend to really check it out.
I wanted to add my house would have to be called DogSynth. 😆
We kittehs has to ask – 10 miles per hour or 10 seconds per hour?? Yoo know acuz we can do bof. hehe
Hi Catsynth, Thanks for stopping by my Something Sighted blog.
This is a cool picture, and it looks you aimed your camera toward Beale street from the What’s up Dog at Beale and Howard. I love cats and many many years ago I used to listen to a synth band’s like the Screamers, Brian Eno, Gary Numan,Devo etc. The good old days 🙂
Now I’m going to take a look at some of your older pictures.
Like the photo! All the shapes just come together. A kitty needs to be on that highest beam–just to look at the world and have the world ask: “How’d he get uP there!” 🙂
James: that is correct, it was from near the corner of Beale and Howard, looking north towards Market St!
LOVE IT. Very interesting to have it in a conglomeration of buildings alongside a highway. Urban photos fascinate me.
Nice pic. I almost didn’t see the speed limit sign. Good thing I’m not driving. 🙂
Mine are here and here.
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