Has everyone seen the band shell in the Panhandle? It could be temporary or it could remain in place, or be moved. It is so well constructed it deserves a permanent home. It is even wheelchair accessible. Reduce Reuse Recycle. The water bottle backdrop is the only part that would budge even an inch in an earthquake. All those lag bolts may outlive the painted ladies.

How about the big head in Golden Gate Park? Pretty unnerving the first time it peers out! Viewed from the Rose Garden it looks like a purple yurt. The Hayes Valley Miniature Golf? Always a new piece of city history to learn. The two rustaceously curvaceously ladies on the Embarcadero… Life is ever changing.

Burning Man is bringing it home and making everyday life more interesting. Some people will look at the bandshell and see the performance, others will see the car hoods, others the wood, the chalk on the sidewalk. Enjoy it every day!

Published in: on August 19, 2007 at 12:47 am  Leave a Comment  

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