Wordless Wednesday: Big Cat Crossing

big cat crossing

Big cat crossing sign at the Bronx Zoo šŸ˜ø

Wordless Wednesday: Fishies! (Delancy/Essex Subway Station)

PiscineĀ mosaic in the New York City subway.Ā  Specifically, at the Delancy/Essex Street Station.

We passed through this station last November during ourĀ Ai Weiwei expedition.

Wordless Wednesday: Tempest (without a Teapot)

Tempest on Mary Street in San Francisco

Mary Street, a small alley in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco. Tempest is a local bar visible in the middle of the image. More in the comments section.

Wordless Wednesday: Excelsior (2nd Avenue Subway)

Excelsior (2nd Avenue Subway)

The 96th Street station on the new 2nd Avenue Subway line in New York’s Upper East Side.

Wordless Wednesday: Bronx County Courthouse

Bronx County Courthouse

The Bronx County Courthouse in the Bronx in New York City.Ā  It’s an imposing structure, but with lots of Art Deco details that align it with many of the nearby apartment buildings along the Grand Concourse.

Wordless Wednesday: Flushing Meadows Corona Park

Flushing Meadows Corona Park

Ruins of the 1968 Worlds Fair in Flushing Meaders Corona Park in Queens, New York.
Our recent trek to see all of Ai Weiwei’s installations brought us here for the first time in a long time. You can read and see more in our review our video.

Wordless Wednesday: Through The Window (New York)

New York Skyline from MoMA

Wordless Wednesday: Vertical Study

Wordless Wednesday: Vacant Lot, Long Island City (5218)

A rare vacant lot with graffiti and older facades amidst the booming construction in Long Island City, Queens, New York. How long will it last?

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Smokey SF

Smoke and haze in downtown San Francisco

Smoke and haze in downtown San Francisco, looking up Ellis Street from a building on Market. You can see what this view looks like under better skies here.

After a couple of relatively good days, the air quality once again took a turn for the worse. As bad as it is, it’s nothing compared to what our friends to the north have gone through with the terrible fires, and our thoughts are with them as they recover.