Where do we begin on the greatness of San Francisco? The city's beauty seems infinite—vintage Victorian housing, a rich art scene, California landscapes, and cool weather. While San Francisco may not be a large city (boasting only a 7-mile radius), it's the little things that make it the multifaceted place that it is. Just recently, Charles Sowers decided to “visually reveal the complex and ever-changing ways the wind interacts with the building[s] and the environment." Selecting San Francisco's Randall Museum, Sowers does just that, employing nature as an integral part of the display.

Windswept by Charles Sowers from Dezeen on Vimeo.

[via Itsnicethat]