Ancient row-boats of China.
Hi-Chews are legendary and delicious, and when Costco sells them by the industrial-size bag, I definitely buy.
Fine; I’ll park somewhere else.
Meet the family.
Catholicism in China.
The world famous Canton Tower.
A butterfly gathering its food.
Colors of daybreak during the morning commute.
The few stragglers when school isn’t in session.
The story begins…
Weekends are for sports cars.
The power of wetlands.
Sometimes you just got to take your medicine.
“BOX, BOX, BOX.”
Just as the kids are heading off home, I arrive for work.
Taking a breather between the rain.
Doing sports car things on a Sunday.
Look at this guy, still going to school even though it’s raining.
It’s all bit dirty after the rain.
I never thought I’d ever own a car with 20-inch large wheels, but here we are.
The not so dark alley that I walk through to my transfer bus.
The new MUNI metro trains are certainly colorful on the inside.
Grounded to the ground.
And to think some people just go bowling.
The classic long wheelbase BMW saloon car.
The one week out of the entire year the Cherry Blossoms come out to play.
Parking for trains only.
At a place of zero light pollution.
At a windy, chilly, and muddy Radwood Sonoma 2019.
Taking in the city in between rain showers.
The university is building more student housing, and that’s wonderful. But, what about Staff? We sort of desperately need affordable housing, too.
Spring sprang sprung.
Away from the crowd.
Bone broth does the body good, my friends.
Ways to avoid the sun.
The Bay Area has got a European feel thanks to all the rain making things super lush.
This is the future I want: a house somewhere with acres out in the middle of nowhere, where there’s only peace and silence.
When you’re the only one at the bus station, you take long exposure photos.
Now this is my kind of party.
A classroom for the modern times.
Pacific coast is the best coast.
A pro-life demonstration at San Francisco State. What can possibly go wrong?
The business end.
Sunset colors so splendid.
The most important movie event of the decade.
Where we go there aren’t any other cars.
I am the wing hunter.
All of the parking lights.
The most important book I’ve read thus far this year.
As we go on, we remember…
Nolan Ryan, from the ballpark in Arlington.
A lovely specced ZR2 GMC Canyon someone in my neighborhood just bought. Personally I’d still have the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro.
Hiking in Castle Rock State Park.
Healy the electrician for the day.
After doing some bad things to the environment.
Put up a new sign.
Not sure if San Francisco State, or rural Japan.
A veritable forest on campus.
Two samples of an icon.
Wishing for outside.
Porsches and sunsets.
My favorite game.
First baseball game of the year!
The winged wonder.
I am ready for some right-hand-drive action in Japan.
When your favorite Kpop group comes to LA for a concert, of course you have to attend.
Everything in this pictures tells you the ramen here has to be good.
The world famous Shibuya crossing.
At the NISMO Omori Factory in Yokohama.
Finally laid my eyes on the new Supra.
Riverside in Kyoto.
Mount Fuji, the symbol of Japan.
At the Tokyo Dome for a different sort of Giants game.
A unicorn car for us here in the States: Subaru Levorg STI.
A lovely Austin Mini classic in a particularly searing shade of yellow.
A bit of roofing action on campus.
I like being in empty classrooms.
Back to mobile.
Blue cars are awesome; biased opinion is super biased.
The white cliffs of Daly City.
Not a bad way to bookend the work week.
Just in case you forget how large the engine is.
It’s van time.
A classroom with panoramas.
Shading itself from the heat.
Ramen, roasted seaweed, and kimchi: the lunch of champions.
Flanked by green everywhere.
My little brother got a new ride: 2018 Audi A3. It’s basically a fancier version of his old car the Golf GTI: same platform, same engine, just slightly different.
Kudos to this person for buying a Panigale in a shade that isn’t red.
Truly old buildings or just old-looking buildings?
Support your favorite freelancers out there by actually buying the stuff they make.
Probably the most important book I’ll read this year. Absolutely delivered the right stuff at just the time I needed it.
My method of meditation.
Chinatown is my home sweet home.
It doesn’t get any more California than this.
I think the new light-rail trains have got too many colors inside.
I’ve gone a bit matcha crazy.
As always, support your favorite and fellow artist; buy their stuff!
I bought myself a fidget spinner after saying I wouldn’t. Sorry about it.
365 photo challenge: 2019.