I was amazed by California's Urban Skylines. Buildings of all shapes and sizes dotted the horizon. Each Skyline was unique and colorful. Judge for yourself.
Buildings visible from Hotel Hilton located in San Jose downtown.
A jet line above the Palm trees. There were plenty of opportunities available for these kinds of shots. Again San Jose downtown.
We were surrounded by the Glass Buildings everywhere. Everything looked Polished, though a tad bit unreal.
A random shot in the streets of San Jose downtown. The wide variety of structures made even a vastly concrete architecture unique.
The Boccardo gateway of the San Jose State University which boasts of a very culturally diverse student population.
San Francisco Skyline at night from across the Golden Gate bridge. You can see a boat in the ocean on the right side.
The Transamerica Pyramid is one of the most famous buildings of San Francisco.
This is probably the most vibrant a skyline can get without getting cluttered. Look at the wide variety of colors, shapes and sizes against the back drop of the ocean. Also, San Francisco evidently houses a large portion of the population of California. At places, houses were so close that they resembled the densely populated areas of Delhi.