I covered a project my friend is working on. The story is about high school students who live together in a transitional living home. On this day, they helped volunteer for a community event. They operated games and participated in the talent show, where they performed the Ice Cream and Cake Dance, a new craze sweeping the nation's youth... I am sure many photojournalists will document these moves this summer.
Posted by Aaron on Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Scenic Drive 49: Caesar Chavez Street.
The first set of pictures are from the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. I remember going there a lot when I was younger. The museum is newly rebuilt, and I went there for the first time in a while. Unfortunately, I didn't make it out of the aquarium exhibit. The morning light was too pretty to pass up. Can you name the fish?
The second set of pictures are from the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers. The plants are stored in a building erected in 1879; SFCS is the oldest existing public conservatory on the Western Hemisphere.
My dad asked me to take a picture of him for some newsletter he will be featured in.