All of the lights outside my window.
Pit stop at the In n Out.
Subaru and sunsets.
Reading my favorite automotive magazine.
At my friend's new shop.
The last to leave.
Parked at the Highway 35 vista point.
We sure have a lovely campus.
Upgraded the battery to something beefier for colder climes.
And this is just for cleaning the wheels.
Remember the name.
All good plans.
It's unusual to be at the ballpark this early in the year, but it's for the World Baseball Classic.
When it just rained.
Library second floor details.
Row row row your boat.
Apple and walnuts: snack of champions.
The once a year cherry blossom.
Watching the first game of the season on the giant TV at the ballpark.
The door to freedom.
Box box box.
AW10 Toyota MR2.
The courtyard in between buildings.
Conversation over drinks.
A resto-modded Datsun roadster.
Out goes the flower-power wheels, in goes the BBS forgings.
View from this corner.
The city colors come alive at night.
Brembo and BBS.
Actually got to be a photographer at work today.
Library main entrance.
A fine day at the Embarcadero.
Keeping it clean is difficult.
You get your car clear-bra to protect it, yet you also need to buy products to protect the clear-bra. Insanity?
Early birds drive white sedans.
Getting tint for the car.
Campus lawn looks nice and lush today.
Ready for the weekend.
This is not a good sign.
Drove the PCH today all the down to LA. Here's where I stopped in Malibu.
Airport hotel parking lot.
At Canepa Cars and Coffee.
Some colorful rocks at the campus fountain.
That new television though.
In between buildings.
Foggy mornings at work.
The dinner of champions.
Vegas, baby. Vegas!
Scorching day driving on Mount Hamilton.
The highly ancticipated.
Taking in the game, and the gorgeous sunset glow.
Crashed in on a meeting of Matrixes.
Integra and STI.
Back on the PCH.
New phone, who's this?
I guess I like taking photos of the car in parking lots.
Chess tournament at work.
Interesting that this shot made the car look like toys.
My new coworker.
Rarely do they open up the top level of the Mission Street garage. Must be the holidays.
365 photo challenge: 2013.