Tonight's episode showcases some of San Francisco's most beautiful architecture, including the Palace of Fine Arts. It was originally built in 1915 for the World's Fair in celebration of the completion of the Panama Canal. It's pretty impressive, and unlike any other building I have seen in California.
Helicopter in front of Palace of Fine Arts
Here is my P.O.V. of what I see when we're shooting on location and while I'm waiting between takes.
View from inside helicopter
Another beautiful architectural centerpiece of San Francisco is the Civic Center. It is the home to a good portion of municipal government offices, and was partially built for the World's Fair--just like the Palace of Fine Arts. A lot of historical events have taken place on these grounds, including the United Nations Charter that created the United Nations.
I took these shots because I thought it was cool to see our set trucks in front of these gorgeous buildings. This section of San Francisco definitely reminds me of Washington D.C.
And this "drinking fountain" is in our hallway on set.
I, of course, thought it was a REAL one (just look at it!).
But, I was wrong, so I left a little water stain on the floor.
Well, thanks again for all your comments and support!
To sumredhead86 and screwball--good luck with your EMT training...
THAT IS SO COOL!