Lonely Road

What no cars? Long exposure of the bridge at sunset.

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Above It All

Melanie and I went out last night to watch the sunset. She watched the sunset and looked at her phone and I snapped pictures continuously. It was a truly magical fog night to be up in Berkeley Hills.

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The Best

One of the best sunsets in recent memory. From Treasure Island in February.

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Everyday Camera

I carry the X100S with me everywhere. In this case, this was from November’s Drink & Click, but having a quality camera I can pack away and have at a moment’s notice has made it my favorite camera.

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Moon over the Bay

Opportune moment this morning when I looked over and saw the sliver of the moon rising up over the Bay Bridge from Slacker Ridge. Getting it centered was good luck as it only lasts for a minute or so.

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This was the first and only time I’ve been out to shoot the Bay Lights. Now that its getting dark earlier, I’m guessing I’ll get a few more shots from here as I walk home.

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Opportune Moments

I was very fortunate to be back at One Market today when we looked out the window to see fog streaming over the Bay Bridge. Its a rare moment and I feel lucky to have been in the right place at the right time to catch this from this perspective.via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/gTXCfp

Back Catalog

Working through it slowly but surely. From January. This was the most brilliant sunset I’ve ever seen, although we’ve had some good ones the past month that I wasn’t able to get out and photograph.via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/fPN2iS

Show Me Your Lights

Everyone’s posting about the new span, but it wasn’t long ago that the Bay Lights were the new hotness. From March shortly after the new lights were lit.via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/fP9WNL

35mph Curve Ahead

I’m going to miss the S-Curve when they tear it down. What are they going to do with all the signs telling us to slow down? Anyways, this is an iconic shot. It’s one that every Bay Area photographer has or should have, so here’s mine.

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