A whole roll of sprocket holes. 35mm film in a Holga 120 format toy camera. Tape. Rubber bands. The works. Go walk somewhere good, put the camera to your eye, and press the button. Develop and proof. Make a loupe out of a paper cup, put your eyeball up to the screen, and tell me what you see.
A few years ago my partner, Jen English, walked Every Street in Berkeley. Now she's back with a new blog called Car-Free Outdoors, with detailed information about outdoor adventures in the San Francisco Bay Area that are accessible using public transportation. The adventure begins when you leave your house, not after you drive to the trailhead. Last weekend we took BART from Berkeley to Balboa Park and walked through the Ingleside neighborhood of San Francisco, around Lake Merced to Fort Funston, and then up through Pine Lake and Stern Grove to West Portal where we jumped on Muni back to BART. Jen will have an article with route directions up on Car-Free Outdoors on Friday -- check out the RSS feed or follow @carfreeoutdoors on Twitter for updates. Until then, here's a more abstract version of the journey:
I have no explanation. No Photoshop was used, just a Holga. Check out the Google Street View of the house with the large hand sculpture in the driveway, located in the Ingleside neighborhood of San Francisco, near Brooks Park. Perhaps a caption contest is in order?