> Monday, January 30, 2006: First Republic Bank Building
I guess this would be a typical example of the modern architecture that you can find downtown San Francisco. The building on the left hosts the First Republic Bank and this photo shows one edge of its triangular shape. I took this shot just three blocks away from this one.
i like your blog, by the way! :) (submitted on January 30, 2006)
The tallest building is still the Transamerica pyramid (260m/850ft), followed closely by the Bank of America building (240m/780ft), which I will both feature on this blog at some point. The building on today's photo "only" has about 25 stories, so about half of the other two. But it does look more dramatic than that on the photo. (submitted on January 30, 2006)
The CD tower is remarkable, a seemingly endless beanstalk of metal and glass. Makes for an interesting contrast next to the car air cleaner. (submitted on January 31, 2006)
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