Tag Archives: clean energy
I would really like to see more wind turbines in San Francisco. I think this house in the Mission District is a stunning example of what is possible.
A lot of San Francisco folks often complain about our MUNI system. Many are disillusioned by what often seems to be a lethargic public transportation municipality. Me, I am just amazed by how many clean-energy transportation options actually exist here in the city. It’s amazing because citizens of many other cities across the United States would be lucky to have such a variety of clean transit options. Not only that, but how did they even build such a complex transit system on top of such a diabolical landscape?
For the following two images, I have mixed two photos together in order to add some color as well as some gritty, urban artifacts that I captured of street art around the city. For some reason I really like the way the paint looks on top of scenes depicting MUNI vehicles.
Always pay your MUNI fare!