Author Archives: Ingrid Behrsin
…Also in Raissa, city of sadness, there runs an invisible thread that binds one living being to another for a moment, then unravels, then is stretched again between moving points as it draws new and rapid patterns so that at … Continue reading
A San Francisco Chronicle article last week brought my attention to other folks who are visually collecting urban idiosyncrasies – in this case, typos in street stamps in San Francisco. Thomas Rogers’ photo archive documents over 150 of these typos, … Continue reading
I am back in Vienna for a few weeks. I’m unprepared for the rain that’s visited the city these past few days, and in my search for rain boots, came across 1961 near the Gersthof S-bahn station. Perhaps once the … Continue reading
This street reminded me of somewhere in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights. A trolly even ran up its steep slope – evidence of a successful lobby by the area’s wealthy residents back back in the early 1900s?
Nothing like kneeling down in the middle of the open market, snagging a rubbing, tidying up, then going to patronize your local organic butcher.
I love this pattern. Also seen in 1912, and 1921, 1923 and to some extent 1925 – though that year seems particularly special.
Why are the late 20s always under parked cars??? I guess it keeps them out of the sun at least.