This week's mindbogglery comes by way of the oft-precipitous climes of San Francisco, where photographer Angela May Chen takes pictures of the region's quintessential buildings, rendering rows of Queen Anne Victorian townhouses into asphalt-bound collages of gables and bay windows. In some photos the angle and lighting make it clear the subject is actually a bunch of day-old rainwater in a slip of street with poor drainage. In others? It's reeeeally hard to tell.
· San Francisco Cityscapes Reflected in Fragmented Puddles [My Modern Met]
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