Todd Lappin of Bernalwood photographed an amazing series of transit ruins at Muni’s Marin Division Yard. These defunct streetcars are either waiting for restoration or to be taken apart piecemeal to restore other vehicles active in the fleet, Todd writes in his Medium story. The images are spooky and stunning, and you should definitely venture over to his photo story to see more.
t/t: the ever-wonderful CurbedSF.
Says videographer Lindsay on Instagram:
“Oh my shit, it’s 1988.”
Some things—Bush, Sr.’s “read my lips” speech chief among them—are best left in 1988. Other things—A Fish Called Wanda, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, and rapping along with one’s boom box on public transit—are absolutely not.
I especially enjoy how the boom-box toting Muni Metro rapper is, maybe intentionally, rapping at the guy on the iPad ignoring him.
Let’s play Name That Tune. Go!
Photo by faern
Muni rider faern sent in this perfect little slice of San Francisco city life at the Church and Duboce Muni stop. She says:
A trombone. A guitar. Two skateboarders. A hippie on a bike doing circles. People in suits waiting for the train and a whole lotta annoyed bicyclists #life at #thebusstop #muni
Got your own very SF moment today? Send it over on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook – just tag @munidiaries.
Photo by Neerav Bhatt
Be safe out there! See you next week.
Photo by gladysf
Sick of the sickout? Same here. Enjoy these five gorgeous photos of San Francisco looking pretty, and maybe it’ll help you forget that on Monday morning when two packed 2-Clement buses pass you by and you have an 8 a.m. meeting.
Have a cool picture you took? Tag us on Instagram or Flickr with @munidiaries. Have a great weekend, everybody. (more…)
This one isn’t always so easy to remember.
And further wisdom via iamphotojennic: “That stick figure is being a little too kind.”