@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #Berkeley This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 43 posts and this is page 1 of 4.

From 1997 to 2002, Richard Misrach photographed the Golden Gate Bridge from the front porch of his house in the Berkeley Hills. This image was posted on August 19, 2020. #sfac #goldengatebridge #berkeley #publicart
From 1997 to 2002, Richard Misrach photographed the Golden Gate Bridge from the front porch of his house in the Berkeley Hills. This image was posted on August 19, 2020. #sfac #goldengatebridge #berkeley #publicart
From 1997 to 2002, Richard Misrach photographed the Golden Gate Bridge from the front porch of his house in the Berkeley Hills. This image was posted on August 19, 2020. #sfac #goldengatebridge #berkeley #publicart
From 1997 to 2002, Richard Misrach photographed the Golden Gate Bridge from the front porch of his house in the Berkeley Hills. This image was posted on August 19, 2020. #sfac #goldengatebridge #berkeley #publicart
Most animals do not eat wood because of tough lignin fibers and cellulose sugars that are difficult to digest. This image was posted on November 04, 2019. #intriguinginsects #worldofinsects #insects #entomology #berkeley #ucberkeley #wood
Most animals do not eat wood because of tough lignin fibers and cellulose sugars that are difficult to digest. This image was posted on November 04, 2019. #intriguinginsects #worldofinsects #insects #entomology #berkeley #ucberkeley #wood
Most animals do not eat wood because of tough lignin fibers and cellulose sugars that are difficult to digest. This image was posted on November 04, 2019. #intriguinginsects #worldofinsects #insects #entomology #berkeley #ucberkeley #wood
Most animals do not eat wood because of tough lignin fibers and cellulose sugars that are difficult to digest. This image was posted on November 04, 2019. #intriguinginsects #worldofinsects #insects #entomology #berkeley #ucberkeley #wood
Bees, wasps, and ants all belong to the order Hymenoptera, meaning membranous wings. This image was posted on October 31, 2019. #intriguinginsects #worldofinsects #insects #entomology #berkeley #ucberkeley
Bees, wasps, and ants all belong to the order Hymenoptera, meaning membranous wings. This image was posted on October 31, 2019. #intriguinginsects #worldofinsects #insects #entomology #berkeley #ucberkeley
Bees, wasps, and ants all belong to the order Hymenoptera, meaning membranous wings. This image was posted on October 31, 2019. #intriguinginsects #worldofinsects #insects #entomology #berkeley #ucberkeley
Bees, wasps, and ants all belong to the order Hymenoptera, meaning membranous wings. This image was posted on October 31, 2019. #intriguinginsects #worldofinsects #insects #entomology #berkeley #ucberkeley