Pretty painted feathers: the latest decorative allure along the front of the same Berkeley institution featured in this post here.
It’s a little incongruous to have such wonderfully big windows letting light in on staircases … as opposed to rooms … still, though, the two sets of stairs are striking!
These flowers are jubilant about something!
A bold mosaic arrow pointing the way out of the Lake Merritt BART station. And … this would normally be the day when I’d post a new issue of the original Boomerang (I try to do that every two weeks), but I hadn’t yet written comments on the one I posted two weeks ago, having been shocked by the prospect of another Imle! I got over that today, and there are now comments on that issue, including an identification of this new member of the Imle club. Find it here.
Who knew that a shadow can change color according to the color it’s projected on? These colored construction site barrier panels made a wonderful demonstration that a shadow can do that. That’s a little bit of the hand of the photographer in the lower right corner.
Morning glories glorying in the afternoon sun … for a previous version of this post, see this one here (in this current photo, the fence the flowers that are clinging to isn’t showing!).