Here are some of the most unusual, unique, weird, odd, out-of-this-world, one-of-a-kind, outlandish, and fun places in California.
… an outrageously decorated apartment of mystical creatures, to Frank Gehry’s unconventional methods of constructions and onto some of the most exotic places you’ll find in California.
Let’s start again with world renowned starchitect Frank Gehry.
The Gehry Residence features fences that are out-of-place, unpainted wood, aluminum stack that doesn’t work, roofing materials that used as walls, oddly placed glass cubes, and other unusual designs. Gehry still lives in this house today.
If you think you can stomach this next one, you might wanna chew on it …
In Downtown of San Luis Obispo, you can find an alley filled with bubble gums.
Bubble gum Alley
Where do you find the largest tree on Earth?
General Sherman, the largest tree on Earth, can be found in Sequoia National Park.
In South Pasadena, you can find a pharmacy with adjoining vintage memorabilia store, bath and accessories store, soda, ice cream and coffee bar counter. It’s called …
Fair Oaks Pharmacy
Laid scattered in Anza Borrego Desert State Park are these metal sculptures …
… with dramatic desert settings all created by Ricardo Breceda.
Where do find the lowest point in North America?
Badwater Basin can be found in Death Valley National Park. You can find tons of interesting nature’s arts there in DVNP including Artist’s Pallet, Devil’s Cornfield, Twenty Mule Team Canyon, to name a few.
There’s a skull-looking jumbo rock…
… in Joshua Tree National Park. You can find tons of interesting rock formations there.
We are getting too strange so I’m going to stop from here. If you’re intrigued by one of these odd places, either click to the ones I linked or try the Search tab.
Last Call …
THE SOPHOMORE SLUMP RECOMMENDS
A flashback recommendations … I’ve already suggested this before but didn’t provided videos then …
My favorite is when late-Phillip-Seymour Hoffman yelled, “You have no right to act on your own … ” 😀
All lead and supporting performances were nominated at the Oscars.
Music: Vampire Weekend
The album I recommended was the self-titled album Vampire Weekend.This video, however, is from the second album called Contra.
It’s a fun, fun, fun, fun video. Stick to the end, I love the bell poundings.
Part 1 includes a binocular-shaped building, a house filled with graffiti, the last place in America, a yard full of junk arts, a painted mountain, a bunny-filled house, towers made of junks, and an apartment filled with mystical creatures decorations.