The mysterious airplane left abandoned in the field, in NASA park.
Beautiful San Francisco skyline at sunset. San Francisco is the tech capital of probably the entire world, and the sunset certainly made it look more like so.
Hangar One inside NASA Ames Research Center is one of the world's largest freestanding structure. It's so huge, it even has its own climate.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Empire State Building
Does the golden color remind you of anything? A close up look of Trump Tower in NYC. Taken in 2013 Summer.
Black Diamond Mines preserve. It was only March, but look at all the green in there! You gotta love the weather here in California.
I was at a small beach North of San Francisco, called Black Sand beach. The place was exactly like its name suggested, with sands being black. As I walked along the beach this gigantic tire came out of nowhere, stuck in the black sand. That's the strangest thing I've seen in a beach. Is it supposed to be an ad from a tire company?
A peaceful night scene outside my habitat..
When I was taking this photo, a neighbor was just coming back from work, and she asked what I was doing. I said I was taking picture of the stars. She seemed to be quite interested, and even handed me a cup of pineapple juice! It's not bad as a reward for getting such an image, isn't it :)
Bay area (Silicon Valley) is known for it's congested traffic, and 101 Highway is the most crowded one. After around 5pm, on this 65MPH speed limit highway, you can only go for about 20~30MPH, or even worse. This shot is taken around Mountain View area, where the 20,000+ Google employees rush onto the highway and start their (not so) pleasant journey home.
New York City celebrating Independence Day 2013 with fireworks on Hudson River.
The house I'm currently living in...taken after watching a late night movie that ended at 2am. Clouds and moon looked phenomenal when I got back home.