To start our latest installment of fun pix from around town, Jay Lee snaps scenes from this week’s flooding — in a neighborhood near Kirkwood and Briar Forest.
Oh, but there’s more!
Next, Mr. Kimberly catches this view of a stealth fighter and wayward missile at the Texas Pipe & Supply Co. compound off 288 just south of Holmes Rd.:
Meanwhile, Flickr user MiniLaura is packed and ready to leave her Houston home:
And wrapping it all up, expert handlers grapple with a reluctant giant arachnid on a pier at San Francisco’s South Beach:
What’s going on here? It’s Louise Bourgeois’s 2 1/2-ton bronze Crouching Spider sculpture. Photographer and Flickr user Dave R. reports:
This spider was on loan from the artist and with the approval of the San Francisco Port Commission stayed in front of Pier 14 but now is on its way to Houston, Texas to a private collector. I heard that it sold for anywhere between $600000 to 6 Mil.
- God said to Noah There’s going to be a floody floody [Bald Heretic]
- WedNiPhoPo! Let The Photoposting Resume: New Camera = New Adventures [Neon Poisoning]
- Louise Bourgeois’ Crouching Spider [Flickr]