Mink Machine

USA - Go west

Various photos from all over the states including San Diego, Boston, Sausalito, Big Sur, Nevada, Grand Canyon, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and other strange places.

  • Wretched hive

    Venice Beach, Los Angeles

  • The turn of time

    The mighty Colorado river.


  • A need for speed

    Having overprized coffee in Beverly Hills. Life is good.

    Reine in Beverly Hills

  • Marble ladies

    The lobby of Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas

  • The king

    Universal Studios, Los Angeles

  • Prince of tides

    Highway One along the Pacific is one of the most beautiful roads in the world.

    Big Sur, California

  • A place in the sun

    Reine at Santa Monica Pier, Los Angeles

  • Gently down the stream

    Disneyland, Anaheim

  • Lady Liberty taking a wrong turn

    This town is totally fubar.

    Excalibur hotel, Las Vegas

  • On the rim

    A bit tired but quite happy with the view.

    Reine at Grand Canyon, Arizona

  • Rooftops

    Los Angeles

  • Strike!

    The Boston darlings Red Sox take on the Florida Marlins at the Fenway Park, the oldest stadium in the States. It features the 37' Green Monster beyond left field and a hand-operated scoreboard.

    Fenway Park, Boston

  • Caffeine for the soul

    Having an espresso at Dragon Java in Haight-Ashbury, while waiting for Amoeba Music to open.

    Reine in San Francisco

  • Watcher in the water

    Wake up, limey fish!

    Reine at Sea World, San Diego

  • End of the road

    This pier is the official ending of Route 66 from Chicago.

    Santa Monica Pier, Los Angeles

  • Here be pirates

    Reine at Disneyland

  • Under the palm trees

    Ocean Avenue, Los Angeles

  • Before Hank Moody got here

    Venice Beach, Los Angeles

  • The fish was this wide

    Reine and the Golden Gate bridge, San Francisco

  • Stars on the ground

    I don't think this was the area U2 had in mind when they wrote "Where the streets have no name".

    Walk of Fame at Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles

  • Stairway to heaven

    These redwood trees are even taller than me. Most are between 500 and 800 years old, but the oldest ones are over 1000 years old! Not bad for a piece of wood.

    Muir Woods in Marin County, California