The Albany Bulb, simply known as “The Bulb,” is a place of eerie mystery, organic / organized chaos, brackish breeze, and simple beauty. A former landfill, it’s a local unique wonder; as if you rolled a dog park, wetlands, outdoor art gallery, and Mad Max into one destination. And it offers great views of SF and beyond! Check out the short wiki entry for interesting historical, cultural, and political history. Fascinating place.
In the “sculpture garden,” there were lots of entities created from all sorts of found objects and urban junk. There was even a samurai:
Here’s another sculpture (“tortured witch,” I like to call it):
If you’re curious, you can see more photos here. As a perpetually shifting landscape, it probably warrants periodical visits. Your dog will thank you too.
Have you seen any interesting “Asian”-esque outdoor art recently?
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