Road to joy.
Beautiful sunsetting colors as I get off work.
Walking around the Hong Kong Island waterfront.
The late night hangs.
The always busy Causeway Bay of Hong Kong.
The signature Hong Kong Island.
Hong Kong's Stanley district promenade.
HKG in golden-hour light.
The campus greenery is splendid on a fine sunny day.
The local Caltrain tracks.
The best sports-car for $25K.
Track and Field.
I've lived in San Francisco for over two decades and this is the first time laying eyes on the infamous Hunter's Point ship-yard.
Sunny, sunny, afternoon.
Spring has come early to campus.
The annual Lunar New Year Flower Fair in Chinatown was very lit indeed.
Shining golden hour.
It's all for the arts.
Top floor of the Kaiser Mission Bay campus parking structure.
Being in Chinatown for four straight weekends is a rare thing indeed.
Pull up in that scale model SV ah.
It's a quiet campus indeed when the kids are out on Spring break.
Calibur SF: the second best burger of all the chain restaurants I've had. First is still the irresistible Shake Shack.
Four on deck.
This particular F92 BMW M3 have been parked at this precise spot for over a month. Pretty sure it hasn't moved at all.
Closing dow for a Thursday well done.
Since I seldom play pool it's for sure a "see the ball hit the ball" situation.
Support print. Always.
The one week of the year we get cherry blossoms blooming.
Hiding amongst the trees.
We've got eco-friendly work trucks.
Blue sky sunny day Friday on campus.
It's been years and it feels wonderful to get back into virtual driving. A slightly fancier setup now that I've got deeper pockets compared to my 20s: A Playseat Challenge rig paired with a Thrustmaster T300rs wheel. The game of choice is GT Sport.
Shelves are stocked and ready to go.
The lunch of champions: bacon ramen, kimchi, and dried laver.
Clouds over San Francisco State.
Note the color temperature difference on the replacement bulbs. How does this not drive people crazy? Some men just want to watch the world burn.
We’ve got street repaving action.
People watching on campus.
Finally got to take a picture of the old Corolla after refreshing its shock and springs the previous week. Hashtag wheel gap.
Wide open spaces.
Journal entry: I’m parked amongst the thickets. I hope the others don’t notice me.
Yellow night flowers.
At least it was still slightly light outside when the campus power decided to go out.
Triangular sections of the student union building at San Francisco State.
Look at these two guys casually playing a game of catch whilst Finals is going on.
Did some more flower hunting around Campus now that Spring is in full effect.
First time I got to examine up close the new Alfa Romeo Giulia. That snout sure is quite a signature.
It’s a lonely bench underneath there.
A cyclist and a runner.
That architectural appendage looks like it was lifted straight out of the Death Star.
The many straight angles of our student union building.
On the commute home by train.
Finally made the trip to the bespoke and awe-inspiring Apple Park Visitor Center.
Summer kids going to summer school.
The University takes lawn-care super seriously.
The only model of Porsche I can afford right now.
The many shades of purple.
Solstice sunset rays on the flower-bed adjacent to windmill.
The rays of Friday morning emptiness.
Killing some time at a courtyard between buildings before I start work.
No live third-rails here.
Because it’s overhead.
To the person named ‘Nay’, you’ve left your glove by the playground.
Coned off even though trains aren’t running for two months.
Had a day off for the Fourth of July, so I visited my friend at Japantown. Fireworks ensued.
Truckers, you’re going to want to reserve in.
It’s all in the framing.
Morning shadow play.
Let them know what street they are on.
Where light-rail trains go to rest.
A bit of morning lawn care.
Up on the terrace level of the Fine Arts building.
Morning traffic on 280 is surprisingly sparse at 8:30 in the morning.
I’ve been wanting to capture the iconic bridge from this perspective for the longest time. Finally got it done.
Immense power grid.
Not road work so much as rail work.
When there’s an entire grass field demarcating the middle of a boulevard.
Would you like to see a show?
A bit thirsty aren’t you, little friend.
The old-school section of the train station.
The morning games.
Porsche individual model brochures are limited-production hardcover books rather than the throwaway freebies most mainline manufacturers give out.
The view from my connecting bus stop on the way home.
Using flowers as the frame.
Renovated classroom waiting for its furniture.
New Faculty Orientation means a long long week for support staff like me.
The best thing to eat after five hours of watching WWE wrestling on a Sunday is of course, pho.
External emergency stairs.
A lonely Kawasaki bike at the motorcycle parking area.
I think I’ve found a new favorite spot in the city: Thornton State Beach.
First day of Fall semester.
Come and rest your bones with me.
The venerable B5 Audi S4 lurking in the background.
A weird sight indeed: an Uber car getting ticketed by campus police as it picks up a passenger.
Sometimes you just need some aspartame.
A penny for your thoughts, a dollar for your tumbling.
The lushness of Autumn is just around the corner.
And nobody knows it but me.
I had the train entirely to myself today, which is what happens when your commute to work is at 2PM.
Tearing it down just to built it back up. There better be some housing in there, too. God knows we need more housing in San Francisco.
Long-exposure shot means people walking past gets captured as ghosts.
Smart HDR on the iPhone XS Max’s camera have already won me over. The amount of details in the shadows and preservation of highlights is amazing.
365 photo challenge: 2018.