Life Imitates Art

Coming a little late to the game today I’m combining art and work. Cheri Lucas Rowlands challenged the WordPress community to focus on life imitating art for the weekly photo challenge.

In my work I sometimes find art in statistics (or at least in a graph of prices or employment or some other sort of data. So, for your viewing pleasure, see the year-end 2015 San Francisco Bay Area median home price trend data here. You can also catch a glimpse of the labor force and employment trends here. Your notice all three curves are flattening or bending down… not a good sign.

I’ve also included my spin on the photo challenge with three seasonal views of the same lonely tree in the Los Vaqueros Watershed near Brentwood, CA.

About JN Real Estate Appraisal & Valuation Services

Professional real estate appraiser Amateur photographer
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4 Responses to Life Imitates Art

  1. Mabel Kwong says:

    Brilliant take on this week’s challenge. Love the three seasonal shots, literally shot at the same spot. So interesting and beautiful to see our surroundings change bit by bit. My favourite has to be the autumnal shot. That is some great wispy cloud cover there. Lovely.

  2. neihtn2012 says:

    Beautiful shots, all three of them.

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