Wordless Wednesday: Zigzag (Polk Street)

This building on Polk Street has long intrigued me. It feels very out of place style-wise with a more 1960s modern-tropical vibe compared to its more “classic San Francisco” surroundings. It houses some Asian businesses and otherwise seems vacant. I personally like both modernist angles and its dissonance.

Wordless Wednesday: Alien San Francisco

A combination of Hipstamatic presets turns an industrial section of San Francisco into an alien landscape.

Wordless Wednesday: Truxton Van Sinderen

Looking up from street level at the Broadway Junction subway station in Brooklyn, New York. The J train is passing through.

Wordless Wednesday: Shadow and Brick

Hipstamatic image from our neighborhood of San Francisco.

Wordless Wednesday: Joshua Tree

A lone Joshua Tree on a winter day in its eponymous park. Although the color is a bit exaggerated via Hipstamatic, the trees are exceptionally green at this time of year.

Wordless Wednesday: Langton Street

Langton Street in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood of San Francisco, the same neighborhood where we at CatSynth live.

Wordless Wednesday: Lute (New York)

Lute sculpture in Battery Park at the southern end of Manhattan.

Wordless Wednesday: Art Through the Window

Through this window at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the city itself becomes a work of art. The partial reflections add texture.

If you haven’t already done so, please check out Part 1 of our report from the newly renovated MoMA.

Wordless Wednesday: Samoa Beach

Structures on Samoa Beach near Eureka, California. I’m pretty confident these produce some of the sounds that I heard as I was filming the material for my latest CatSynth TV video, which you can see and hear below.

Wordless Wednesday: Architectural Layers (Tenderloin, San Francisco)

A vacant lot in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco opens up a view to many layers of architecture.