Yesterday evening was shaping up to be a fantastic sunset, but when I got to Fort Baker, I didn't have the view I was looking for. I headed back towards the bridge to go to Baker Beach, but there was a reck, I lost 20 minutes waiting to get on the bridge, and all the best light. I'll take this as a consolation prize though. Beautiful evening at Fort Baker.
From Berkeley Pier. Even in its current incarnation, it's a very long pier. Makes for a cool forground as it mirrors the horizon and provides a nice leading line to the barely visible Golden Gate Bridge in the distance. This was a great sunset. Katie and I had a blast here. HDR handheld with my #x100s.
From abandoned church facade in downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas around 5th or 6th street. This facade was just sitting there, with no church behind it. The window looks out to another house which is either abandoned or in severe disrepair. Sad that nobody is maintaining these old properties anymore right in the heart of the city.
From Fort Smith, Arkansas. Since I had some spare time on Sunday night, and I love photographing bridges, I thought it would be good to get a sunset treatment of the Garrison Ave Bridge in my hometown. The Golden Gate it's not, but hey its home.
From Sydney Harbor in Australia. These two ladies were sitting calmly watching the sun go down as I passed them by. Sometimes I'm envious of the people who spend the time merely watching the scenes I am intensely trying to capture with my camera.
From the last Drink & Click. While everyone was at the Palace of Fine Arts, I ran to catch the sunset over the Golden Gate which was quite special that evening. This is one of my favorite Golden Images I've taken.
From Grand Central Terminal in New York City. I was there last week for one night only but I did get a chance to go shoot here. It's really a great place to shoot. So much activity. Half the people are rushing along trying to get to their train and the other half are taking pictures of themselves.