San Francisco – Chinatown. What a GREAT way to see a city...."lose" yourself with a Garmin and take the roads that look interesting. Ended up in historic Chinatown...very cool to run through. From the Financial District....to Union Square...to Lombard Street...to Alcatraz...to Chinatown...to the Bay Bridge. Loved.
A photo of San Francisco burning during the 1906 earthquake; view from the St. Francis Hotel. Credit: Library of Congress. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “Researching the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 in the News.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/researching-the-san-francisco-earthquake-of-1906-in-the-news.html
His portfolio of paintings mostly involve one of the most difficult subjects to paint; the human body. The forms are strong in shape and evoke a powerful energy as splashes of paint shoot out from the body. His paintings seem to suggest a feeling of struggle as one looks at the flexed muscles and open mouths yelling to the skies. His works are currently for sale at Coup D’Etat in San Francisco. See more of his works at his website.