Happy July 4th to America!
As I was walking around the City (the Bay Area residents refer to San Francisco as “the City”) in the past few days, I notice how non-uniform the buildings in the City is. They are a collection of eclectic shapes, colours, styles, and ages. Nonetheless, a few have always caught my eyes.
(Cafe Niebaum-Coppola (yes the Director of Godfather), now called Cafe Zoetrope, on Columbus Avenue leading into the Italian town.)
(The City’s landmark, the Transamerica Building.)
(The Bloomingdale Mall in the Union Square, the shopping district.)
(3 high rises in the Financial district – triangular, cone, round-shaped all standing next to each other.)
(A clubhouse for a China village clan in Chinatown.)
(Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill, shaped like a fire hose.)