37.7594° N, 122.5108° W
This is a dynamic place. 18,000 people per sq. mile sleep on the edge of a vast wilderness, where N. America slips into the Pacific. Dense fog flows off the ocean through the packed grid of pastel buildings. Fog horns and waves are heard from coffee shops. Sand dunes shut down the Great Highway. Someday fog will be replaced by waves, and block by block the avenues will return to the sea.
This collection is growing. Themes to think about: size and scale, real borders, cold water.