There was a tornado warning in New York city on Friday night, with wild clouds chasing the sunset rapidly across the Manhattan skyline. The skies never turned green or formed a funnel, but hipsters out on the town ran for cover in the torrential downpour that followed.
The MOMA has an architectural exhibit outside of a satellite location that begs to be hit, kicked and run through, with a space for a sojourn as well.
Across the street is Five Points, a building covered in graffiti from end to end - even the delivery trucks coming to and from are painted. Someone was shooting a do-it-yourself rap video on the street as tourists walked past mid-afternoon.
Alcatraz Island in the fog, San Francisco, Ca.
A woman reaches over to strangle her sister's panda puppet during a San Francisco Giants game against the L.A. Dodgers. "The Panda," a nickname for Giants player Pablo Sandoval, had just struck out in the second inning, and the Giants lost 8-2.
Cable car, downtown San Francisco, Ca.
Perhaps one of the stranger homes along the California coast, Nit Wit Ridge is an eight-story handmade creation by a one-time garbage man, who used to deposit his collections in the back yard. Most of the structure is held together with random objects - especially beer cans - cemented together over the 60 or so years he lived there.
A late-night encounter with two deer led to an hour-long pause on the interstate in the middle of Ohio. People-watching after a sleepless night, watching the sun rise on the shore of Lake Erie in Chicago. Sun salutations never felt so good.