Not far from us - great building - interesting to view inside
This first one at 222 Central in Pacific Grove is more interesting to me than anyone else, because...in the late '60's as a kid I lived here for one summer. Some time after that, it became a museum about the writer John Steinbeck with an emphasis on the King Arthur legend. Most everyone else knows him as the author of "The Grapes of Wrath", "Of Mice and Men", and other books which take place in the local area.
The Winchester house in San Jose, designed by the crazy widow of the rifle manufacturer, has features such as stairways and doors to nowhere.
San Jose city hall.
San Jose performing arts. (The grizzly bear is the California state animal.)
Adobe Systems :-)
The San Francisco Ferry Building with clock tower.
Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco.
Alcatraz prison in San Francisco bay.
Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco.
I've got more...
Service station in Artois.
Red Bluff courthouse.
Barn near Castle Crags.
Ben's garage in Dunsmuir.
Dunsmuir city hall/visitor center.
California theater in Dunsmuir.
Barn near Fort Klamath.
Old schoolhouse near Fort Klamath.
The Hughes house from 1898, near Port Orford.
Last for now :-)
Stone Lagoon school (1893-1958) now a museum.
Ukiah office bldg.
The Blair House in Mendocino was used in the TV series "Murder She Wrote".
Annapolis post office.
Fort Ross, north of San Francisco, was a Russian post in the early 1800's.
Sebastian's store in San Simeon, built in 1852 at a whaling station.
I love delapidated buildings, There are some old derelict Factories near me.. i think I may head down there and get some shots... might take some mates with me to help scare the hobo's away :oP
SpecialK - excellent series!
I have one from Koln taken in March this year... a rather classic view: