I don’t know what to make of San Francisco’s Union Square. I guess there is just so much to see. Lots of varieties and diversity. And that makes San Francisco one of its characters.
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Music: This is Happening by LCD Soundsystem They only made three albums, and they decided to call it quits. Many thinks it’s wise. They have clean records. All three albums are critically acclaimed, always appearing on top of year-end lists. But I am not one who accepted their quick exit to making music, and still hoping for more.
I think you are going to enjoy this Spike Jonze directed fun, very fun, music video…
Movie: Clerks – Black and White awesomeness, eloquent writing… very funny movie.
Warning: There is an overload of pictures on this post. All images are taken with a cellphone, Samsung Note 3.
I only went to watch an independent film without even realizing that I was already at the Union Square in San Francisco. I even walked around not knowing it until only when I got to Macy’s that it became clear to me that this really was a familiar place about 10 years ago. 🙂
There’s so much of everything. I guess that’s what you really get when you’re in a big city. Especially a city like San Francisco.
I saw a lot of arts. Even the stores. They seem to have competing art exhibits.
If you happen to get here, try walking around Yerba Buena Center for Arts. There’s lot of cool architecture and art displays.
Right by the picture above, there’s a place for cards and chess players.
Across Yerba Buena (and around) are more interesting architectures…
I actually find it much like a modern-day Rome. The buildings are incredible. San Francisco is so rich in arts and architecture. I love that about it.
And in the midst of it all are the people, the peculiar and the mundane…
There’s so many people. Driving there is, well, awful. Then big buildings. Big cities can get so dizzingly overwhelming. But you can always find serenity.
Then there’s me, a tourist who took so many pictures and wonders why nobody “seems” to bother about the great arts and architecture of San Francisco. Everyone is minding their own business, I guess.
I actually went here twice. One by myself. The second with my parents and an aunt. Seen are Yerba Buena Center for Arts, 450 Sutter Street, Chinatown, Pyramid Building (the tallest in SF), and The Museum Store.