Week 15: Architecture

I like it in the city when two worlds collide.

I can totally curate an entirely new photography blog dedicated to architecture alone. Amateur and professional photographs and slideshows seriously don’t do justice to seeing these functional works of art in person. These are some photo  strays from 2012-2014 that touch on a few of the prominent architectural styles and structures of San Diego. America’s Finest City showcases an astounding collection of architecture goodness–ranging from Spanish Colonial to Craftsman, Victorian to Art Deco/Streamline Moderne, Brutalist to Modern. Not shown: Santa Fe Depot, Gaslamp District, Geisel Library,  Horton Plaza, Jacob Weinberger U.S. Courthouse, Seaport Village, Little Italy &  closer look at  building facades in Downtown SD and Balboa Park, Spanish Village, Heritage Square/Old Town, George Marston House, Mushroom Building,  Brick Row in National City, Villa Montezuma, and so much more.


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