Yesterday was a beautiful day in the Bay Area. During the commute home I took a detour and meandered up the Marin Headlands. This is what I saw through the viewfinder.
San Francisco through the north tower of the Golden Gate Bridge.
A full bridge/city view from higher up.
Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm.
Canon T2i looking out on the city.
Heading south on Hwy 101 there’s an exit just before the north end of the Golden Gate Bridge that goes out to the Marin Headlands. Up the steep hill at the first turnout, this is the view of the northern most section of the bridge and work area below at 4:45 AM (looks kind of sci-fi):
Different shot zoomed all the way in:
I have very little time during the wee hours commute for camera amenities. Basically it’s park, shoot, and get back on the road. These shots were hand held with the camera set at ISO 800 and f/5.6. Noise happens.
Canon G11 in action before the crack of dawn.