R/C cameraman Robert Mcintosh takes you soaring high above Santa Monica, Venice, and San Francisco.
Float through the air as you glide along the beach and up through the spokes of the Ferris wheel over the Santa Monica Pier
. Then head a mile or two south and get a bird's eye view of Venice's Muscle Beach
. When your head has stopped spinning you can take in San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge
or get away from it all (including the ground) out at at Vasquez Rocks
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produced by the California Highway Patrol of the 7.1 1989 San Francisco Bay Area earthquake
and the rescue attempts that followed. It focuses on the Bay Bridge and the Cypress collapse. This video has some intense footage, including much that I'd never seen of the rescue efforts. [more inside]
took some of his grandfather's 16mm Kodachrome home movies and made some really nice HD transfers out of them: San Francisco circa 1958
, Disneyland in 1956 (part 2)
The world's largest ball pit?
400,000 black plastic balls, one reservoir, thousands of happy goths.
Other unusual things being filled with balls: the Spanish Steps, Rome
, a co-worker's cube
, San Francisco