Many decades of development is visible in this slice of Calgary’s downtown skyline.
These are ribs of wood serving as decoration outside a commercial building in Calgary’s Inglewood neighbourhood. Their uneven, wavy edges create a neat visual effect if you look at this façade while passing by quickly in a car or bus.
From my trip to San Francisco in December: There’s something I find aesthetically pleasing about how the angles of the building materials interact in this airport terminal. The variable sizes of the holes in the metal grilles add a little something too.
Visited Las Vegas for the first time last month. Lots of cool stuff to see, as you would expect, including lots of accessible public art like this piece here along The Strip.