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Over 30 fires, caused by ruptured gas mains, destroyed approximately 25, buildings on city blocks. The dynamited buildings themselves often caught fire.

In all, the fires burned for four days and nights. Mayor Eugene Schmitz put out an authorization for the federal troops and police to shoot and kill looters. The city was in disarray. But photography was a common hobby by and thousands of photos have survived to this day. One photographer even flew his 46 pound camera on a kite to get aerial shots of the aftermath. Some color photographs have even been found. The Earthquake Blend Part I. I kept running into delays.

In the case of the Valencia St. Hotel, I had to return to the scene on Valencia between 18th and 19th four times before I managed to get it right. And just when I was about to wrap things up, my dad announced that he had unearthed a local magazine published in late loaded with earthquake-aftermath photos that I had never seen in any library or online collection. To put these photos together, I first create a catalog of historical photos that look like they have potential to be blended.

Once I get a good location, I get everything lined up just right. My goal is to stand in the exact spot where the original photographer stood. Doing this needs to take into account equivalent focal length, how the lens was shifted, light conditions, etc.

I take plenty of shots, each nudged around a bit at each location. Just moving one foot to the left changes everything. Here is part two of the series part one is here:. People walk beneath Old Saint Mary's Cathedral, which survived the quake but was gutted by the fire. Cars park in front of the brand new US Courthouse which fared well in the quake. People stroll by the original adobe Mission Dolores which survived, while the brick church next door was destroyed. A bicyclist rides towards the fallen Valencia St.

Hotel and a huge sinkhole that has opened up in the street. The Conservatory of Flowers stands undamaged as now-homeless citizens camp in a tent shelter. People mill around Lotta's Fountain, which served as a meeting place after the quake. Horse carriages and cars park in front of Lafayette Park while a destroyed city looms in the background. Se il grande terremoto di San Francisco fosse successo oggi - Liquida Magazine.

I have a picture of my great uncle, Edward Creely, standing on top of his re-built veterinary at Larkin and Golden Gate. I love that you put the Valencia Street Hotel in context that way…I often tell people about this picture but never quite get the location right. These are amazing, I had been wanting to do the same thing for some time.

Why not have just photoshopped in a few human corpses, too? Nasty little exercise in recreating the devastation. These are excellent, very ghostly creations. The juxtaposition of the new and the old is breathtaking. Someone like you always have to piss on what is a remarkable time consuming achievement. What if the great San Francisco earthquake struck today?

I am a Bay Area resident, but know so little about SF! Makes me want to visit these spots and visualize what it would have been back then. An old friend pointed me to your Daily Mail article, and I am beyond impressed with your work!

I grew up across the bay, so really appreciate both your technique and the subject matter. What would the San Francisco Earthquake look like today?

First steel structure to survive in Union Sq after quake finished in That would be a good one—thanks for the suggestion. Looks like there are some good post-quake photos of it around. And also thanks for clicking all the way through to my site from wherever you read the story since I realize most of the traffic and comments about this are on those other sites.

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Blended Images from and WebUrbanist. Blended Images from and Indoor Digital Billboards. Historical Photo Mash Up: These were eerie and beautiful. Composites of San Francisco earthquake photos and today It's like, Really? Links We Love Vol. Best of the Blogs: The Friday links 44 paleoseismicity.

Earthquake mashups — Erica Frye. Podcasts, courses, events and more! Wow, these are incredible photos. Are they available to purchase—as individual photos? I would be interested in several of them. Really interesting way to show time. Fascinating work; well done. Were they in a book s? Did you have to obtain the rights to them? The photos I used are all in public domain. Ayer y hoy del terremoto de San Francisco Mi libreta de anotaciones.

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Feb 05, Ames rated it did not like it Shelves: Can I give this less than one star? This is some of the most poorly-written fiction I have ever read in my life. Every single story is narrated in first person, and as none of the characters have a personality to speak of whatsoever, it's impossible to tell them all apart. They're all racist, homophobic, misogynistic jackasses. None of the stories contain any meaning beyond the petty problems of privileged suburban teens, who apparently do nothing with their time but get drunk, get high, drive th Can I give this less than one star?

I was a teen not too long ago, and I don't remember the experience as being quite so soulless and unintelligent. With time, Franco could improve, but I am honestly baffled by all the praise he's been getting from established authors. This is pure drivel. View all 20 comments. Oct 20, Trin rated it liked it Shelves: Wow, people really seem to hate this.

I'm guessing that's about 50 percent because it's a collection of short stories focusing on fucked-up teenagers being violent and despairing and awful to themselves and others, and 50 percent because it's a collection like that written by James Franco , who is hotter and richer and more famous than you are.

But setting all that aside for a minute: I think so; I think it paints a lively-voiced, accurate, occasionally incisive, and at times darkly funny portrait of teenage nihilism that's scary because it's full of the things most people don't want to recognize as true. Now, my teenage years were not like those presented in this collection, but they touched upon others that were—enough that I shivered to feel near to that again.

Which is one of the many things that makes this collection far from perfect: Franco is also not exactly covering untouched territory here—although he is, I think, covering it well—but it would be interesting to see him push himself, try something different, new. You're famous, people start having weird expectations for you.

So instead, how about this: Please keep fascinating me, however you may choose to do so. View all 8 comments. Aug 23, K. Yes, the good-looking Hollywood actor. Said to be one of the sexiest men alive. He is the author of this book! On the screen, you must have seen him as: Think of Holden Caulfield multiplied by twelve. The narrators are all speaking in short conversational no-big words English and their thoughts are direct yet fragmented, sincere yet cold, claustrophobic yet far-reaching, deep yet vague.

Fields — the cookies , David Filo Yahoo! With the progressive and high-tech city like Palo Alto, the parents must have been very busy making money and in the process, no more time to guide their children. Franco is not just all male-beauty. He was said to be reading Iliad in between takes during the shooting of Pineapple Express. He took creative writing workshops and has been guided by well-respected writers like Michael Cunningham, Susan Minot, Ben Markus, etc and the recent find: Needless to say, Franco knows his game.

This book was first published with no picture on the cover. Then the publishers thought of putting a half-naked boy sitting at the back of the car with eyes closed that look like he is having an orgasm. Yes, look at the cover! This is by design: I think there is no story without Franco mentioning either penis, pussy, vagina, etc. He is also fond of describing his characters only by their physical attributes.

I know, too much imagination is also bad. But yes, he is not just a good actor. He is also now an author to watch out for. Jan 13, Mark Staniforth rated it really liked it. James Franco's Palo Alto is as shocking a portrayal of adolescence as I've read in a long time.

It would be easy to be contemptuous: Honest, I don't give much of a shit who James Franco is. All I know is he can write. They're tough, fractured tales almost entirely devoid of characterization. The narrators all sound the same.

They toss subjects like roach butts. The stories kind of bleed into one. They never finish with a James Franco's Palo Alto is as shocking a portrayal of adolescence as I've read in a long time. They never finish with a nice pretty bow tied on top. To me, it just adds to the bleakness. One of the best and bleakest, Chinatown, ends: It's full of casual sex and random violence. The shocking thing is maybe how much you can relate to these characters.

Throw yourself back and it's easy to feel their pain. Easy to imagine being the bullied guy in 'I Could Kill Someone' who gets a gun and fantasizes over shooting his jock tormentor. Don't let the prudes put you off. Criticising the content in Palo Alto is a bit like trying to deny that the folk in Huck Finn's Deep South ever used the n-word. Some don't really hit the mark.

Funny, they're mostly the ones that grasp for meaning or metaphors, like the old folks' home sketch in April. Overall, it's one big tough take on the time of all our lives. More disturbing, I'd say, than going to the cinema and watching a guy have to cut his own arm off. Sixteen short stories about adolescent life in upper middle class America. The author hailing from there, he's written about Palo Alto, California. The stories are very much in the vein of adolescence itself, working the same nerve in me as adolescents do: Getting drunk, getting high, hooking up, wondering if you're the only one, being ostracized, being Too Cool for School, realizing yo Rating: Getting drunk, getting high, hooking up, wondering if you're the only one, being ostracized, being Too Cool for School, realizing you're filled with rage but not knowing why or what you're raging against.

Clearasil and hormones and emotional devastation. Ugh, no thanks, I been there and feel lucky to have escaped at all, though certainly scathed.

So why read this collection of explicitly adolescence-themed stories? Because James Franco is an artist whose work I find really compelling. If you haven't watched Hours , do. This man isn't just another pretty face, he's got what the Finns call sisu. Google it, the explanation would take too much space in a short review.

The Academy Awards show he couldn't pull off, but movies yes, and writing yes. His writing is very good. It's not tricky, or show-offy, or self-conscious. It's direct and it's clear and it's nuanced. He uses words the way cops use fingerprint powder, to show you the shape of his ideas without getting you all greasy with hand-sweat and forehead blood.

Make no mistake, it's not easy getting words down to this level of fineness, it takes mental grinding and grinding and grinding until there isn't a lump or a clot or a chunk to be seen. Silky, smooth, sensually exciting as it flows past you to take coherent shape in front of you: Stories, people, goddamned annoying kids formed of smoke and ash and powder, living in flashes of lightning—your attention please, there is something interesting happening over here, and if we're lucky, this thirtysomething writer will give us more.

Boy, this book gets a lot of hate. And I'm clearly in the minority here I don't even like James Franco that much, I think he's a good actor and I've seen a few of his films, most of which I liked. What led me to read this was the movie with the same title that is coming out soon and that I want to watch, so I wanted to read it first.

So I went into this not expecting much and without preconceived ideas of what to expect. And I loved, loved, loved this book. Okay, so I see a lot of the criti Boy, this book gets a lot of hate. Okay, so I see a lot of the criticism derives from the fact that most people don't identify with the teenage experiences described in the book. Also, the book was marketed as being a tell-all about the lives of the youth in America. That it is not. This is an account of the lives of different kids, most of them from a privileged background, on a very specific place, many with common experiences among themselves - I suspect this is because they went to the same schools and shared acquaintances.

Many of short stories present in this book don't exactly center on the common high-school experience but in the abnormalities in the aforementioned experience. Also, ignoring a book or feeling that it is not good because a few of it's accounts are based on true events doesn't seem fair either. These things could have happened anywhere and, retelling a story and adding to it is called being inspired by something you lived or saw happen and putting it on paper.

On the other hand, being upset because a character used a certain word or acted a certain way is not a valid reason to dislike a book.

I mean, you can ignore the fact that racism, sexism, inequality exist, but they won't go away because you ignore them. They will still be very much present in your everyday life.

This goes for books too. A character feeling a certain way or having certain ideals does not reflect the views of the writer. Being this a short story compilation it is not homogeneous. There are some short stories that are better than others, of course.

But, looking at the big picture I felt that these were extremely achieved. The writing is simple and in short sentences, not contrived at all. But, as far as I'm concerned, the author managed to make me visualize the imagery he was trying to portray and I found his writing very evocative. In lack of a better description, it just flows. It is fluid, it feels like a smooth ride.

He also managed to share a certain sense of vacuum, of emptiness in his writing, which revealed the character's state of mind and personality. The picture painted is bleak. While there are common points that interconnect in every short story and, looking from a distance they melt into one sole experience, these felt individual and worthy in their own merit and never feel like a pastiche of one another.

I do understand why some readers might have felt like most of these lead to nowhere or that there was no real outcome of the events portrayed but I appreciated that.

It is easy to understand where the characters come from, the reason behind why they feel the way they do. And, while they share similarities, they are not forced or dishonest. They sound real in their core. A great read and I'm looking forward to reading more from Mr. I bought this book for a ridiculously low price at my local bankrupt Borders. Had it not been cheap, had it not been James Franco, I would not have even taken the time to pick it up.

But, pick it up I did, and I regret it. I honestly wanted to see what all the fuss was about. He, however, went on to earn his MFA and it would appear that this collection of short stories is all of that fancy higher educ I bought this book for a ridiculously low price at my local bankrupt Borders.

He, however, went on to earn his MFA and it would appear that this collection of short stories is all of that fancy higher education put to good use. I say money wasted.

This collection was contrived, trite, unoriginal and boring. The stories were all the same, the themes didn't differ at all, and it wasn't like the ideas were solid to begin with.

Each vignette was sort of tied together by similar characters, but because none of the characters were realistic, memorable or even interesting, I could have cared less about their connectivity.

The characters are all caricatures of typical angsty and angry teenagers. They have zero depth and aren't even believable. This collection is supposed to shed light on the silent wars, controversies and troubles facing modern teenagers. If these are the people James Franco grew up with, I feel terrible for him. Not every girl is a slut who enjoys being raped by older men.

Not every boy is carrying around a gun waiting for something to set him off. Not every thirteen-year-old has already had sex. These stories were written for nothing but shock value. Shame on James Franco for trying to capitalize on a misled generation with actual problems. If this is the best voice American youth has to speak for it, truly the entire country should abandon hope now. As far as writing style is concerned, Palo Alto was like reading the bastard child of Ernest Hemingway and Chuck Palahniuk.

Short, choppy, predictable, the same in every story, no surprises and not a drop of creativity or originality. I was mortified that the writing could be SO bad. Even more disappointing was the fact that so many reviewers praised this book. If they were not kissing ass for the vain hope of tickets to a next big movie premiere, then clearly they were high when they read this book. There was nothing redeeming. View all 3 comments. I like starting a review with a quote I enjoyed, but I guess that can't happen when there literally wasn't a single sentence that made me stop and think.

This was most definitely one of the worst books I have ever read and I would recommend everyone to stay clear of it if they value their time. Palo Alto tells the story of 12 American teenagers in form of 12 short stories.

What attracted me to it was the mere curiosity of whether James Franco was a capable writer or if he was one of those "celeb I like starting a review with a quote I enjoyed, but I guess that can't happen when there literally wasn't a single sentence that made me stop and think.

What attracted me to it was the mere curiosity of whether James Franco was a capable writer or if he was one of those "celebrities" that just have their fingers in too many pies The back-cover describes him as an actor, director, screenwriter and artist. Well, the writing was insufferable and on the verge to moronic. It hurt, but it was also impressive, like being in the hands of a bigger force. And because of that, a relief. Multiple times I started wondering if the narrator was actually mentally retarded due to the way they expressed their feelings and thoughts.

And speaking of their thoughts, the only thing worse than the writing style was the plot. All stories are centred around sex, violence, alcohol or drugs in the least stimulating way and nothing ever comes of it. In none of the stories there seemed to be any proper narrative structure, usually something happened and that was it - no development, no consequences.

Another thing that made these stories ridiculous were how Franco tried to leave clues about how much of a well-educated scholar he himself is. We've got these characters saying things like brace yourself "My shit tastes like cocoa butter!

I don't buy it. I didn't buy any of it. Please don't buy this. View all 4 comments. Jul 23, Geoff marked it as never. I've always kinda been ambivalent about James Franco, he hasn't really occupied much of my thought-energy ; but after reading his joke-essay what exactly was that anyway? Why anyone interested in literature would waste their time reading a stoned actor's drivel is also beyond me. At a party, Emily Zoe Levin gets around-you know, the school slut-and you just wonder why, what hurts so bad inside, and God, these kids force drinks on each other like it's their job, so everyone is scary drunk and she's so very vulnerable.

Fred eventually gets with Emily and it just feels so precarious for them, both physically and emotionally. April and Teddy circle around each other but without the words to have much of a sincere or lengthy conversation, and the whole time, a weird, ashy glow casts shadows on people too self-absorbed to absorb the light. They all seem so incredibly tired. Drunk and emotional Teddy gets involved with a hit and run; April cheats on her homework; Fred gets injured physically, but it's his mental stability that's most worrisome.

Some characters crack while the background stays the same. Everything feels like it did in high school: Stupid shit matters way too much and people don't make the really important decisions as much as indecision makes them. The filming is tense-cameras sometimes film from far away and then get close on the smallest of actions.

At times the audience is up in the party, maybe sitting on the couch with the teenagers letting loose, and then we are across the street or in the stadium at a soccer match-but it all feels organic and real, with an aesthetic reminiscent of photos from the '70s.

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