Saturday was the San Francisco Center for the Book's Roadworks Street Fair, where prints where made by driving a steamroller over inked linoleum blocks and paper, with impressive results.
I have only spent about a half hour in the house since I bought it, since the previous owners are renting it back for the month. However, they were kind enough to pass on the original blueprints. And since the house hasn't been updated, they're 100% accurate.
We've got a hawk nest over the road to our house. They have little hawklings, which the Internet tells me are called eyasses. This is the only shot I got where you can see the second eyass.
Edit: And oh, does anyone happen to have a Canon EF lens > 300mm I can borrow?