SF Gardens, Buildings, Paint and Waldo

I spent a very mild winter’s day in SF’s SoMa district around Yerba Buena Gardens and MOMA. Along the way, see if you can find Waldo, as in Where’s Waldo.

An interesting mix of buildings are in the area, this one is an inverted cube

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And this one had it’s corner sliced off

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And is a building inside a building from the other side

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Such modernity against the ancient brick church, it was making a lot of noise with it’s bells though

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The gardens were in early bloom

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There is a restaurant at one end of the park, right on the MLK Jr. waterfall

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Very small inside, but gorgeous

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With al fresco dining

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An interesting BART station entrance

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And I found this sign, but it wouldn’t talk to me

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Then over to the modern art museum, this lady was laying around outside

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The 4-story atrium was full of these tapestries

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And they had this exhibit with a very long wall of mushrooms with lots of eyes

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So, so weird

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And a little disturbing

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The art spanned era’s, but was mostly simple and progressive

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Way cool cafe, but pricey

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So many buildings

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So did you find Waldo yet? Look a little closer…

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