Excellent work by David Yu photography. Check out more pics on his FB and Flickr page!
Something in creative to see this bridge .. well, it may be interesting for somebody but not may not work for other people. It is the classic spot to see this bridge in the morning.
Any input about this work will be greatly appreciate it.
Join the San Francisco Visual Literacy Club for "Phantoms of Asia" exhibit at the Asian Art Museum. It's Free Target Sunday, so that means free admission. See you on Sunday!
Tomorrow night is the last of the special screenings for "Yellow Submarine" (playing at the Rialto Elmwood Cinemas in Berkeley at 8pm). Join the SFVLC for a little vintage animation to the Beatles' epic soundtrack! When will there be a chance to see this on the big screen again?
Happy Birthday to Keith Haring! Take note of the absence of the large, iconic Haring sculpture normally placed near SFMOMA on 3rd and Howard. It was recently removed for maintenance and updated lighting. Google celebrates Haring on its homepage today.
This weekend, Instagram is continuing its Weekend hashtag project with #socialtravel. Take shots of SF public transit in all forms, post to Instagram with the hashtag and you may be featured on Instagram's blog! Se below for details.
Weekend Hashtag Project: #socialtravel
The goal this weekend is to capture photographs of public transportation, or transportation shared with others. Inspirat...ion for your social travel includes buses, trolleys, trams and trains, rapid transit, high-speed rail and even ferries!
PROJECT RULES: Please only submit photos you yourself have taken over this weekend. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured on the Instagram blog (blog.instagram.com) on Monday morning!
Hey CouchSurfers: Get a free beginner swing lesson with the price of admission at tonight's Alt. Dance, a Steampunk / Electro Swing Night! Blacklight ambiance = white clothing encouraged. See you there!
In 2008, CouchSurfing Basecamp hosted a Hot Chocolate Movie Night featuring Persepolis. If you haven't seen this animated gem, it is very much worth checking out (on Blu-Ray if you can!) Below is an article with a behind the scenes look at the making of the movie, presented by a friend of the SFVLC, Ink & Pixel founder Steve Seigh.
What an amazing shot! Have you captured once-in-a-lifetime shots here in San Francisco?