Last one for 2015!!! by jvphoto

Hello My Dear friends,

Hope you all had wonderful Christmas with your family. And here is my last post for 2015 and i wish you and your family a very Happy New Year 2016 with great health and happiness….

Happy Clicking always… Wish everyone a great and successful 2016 photography year….

Love you all….

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Radiant Splendor by fzaidi

This sunrise was special. Not only because it erased the memory of the previous two skunks that I encountered when I got fogged in the last 15 mins before sunset and in the other clouds just cleared up in the last half hour, but also because I was shooting besides one of my favorite photographers Jeff Lewis. His work is inspirational and his shots of Golden Gate Bridge are second to none. I saw one of his images from a location close to this one, which had a sunrise similar to this one and I was really waiting to see something like that myself. Finally, I got the opportunity to not only watch and shoot that sunset but to do it besides Jeff himself. Some days are simply better than others! This is a two exposure blend.

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Golden Gate Swirl by MaxFoster

“Golden Gate Swirl” – San Francisco, CA

This was the first shot I took in San Francisco, after running about 1/2 mile to get here before all the good light was gone. Nothing super original, but the evening colors were pretty nice.

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San Francisco Bay Reflection by LouNicksic

San Francisco Sunrise across the Bay from Marin County.

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Ponte 25 de Abril – Lisbon, Portugal – Seascape, travel photography by pixael

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Into Thin Air by landESCAPEphotography

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We had an incredible sunset with low fog at the Golden Gate last week. I had my eyes on Battery Spencer, this low and close vantage point, but it was fogged in when I arrived. After hiking around for an hour, I noticed the fog had lowered, so I booked it back down to Spencer and grabbed some shots before we got socked in again. Here is one of my favorites.

I often have issues with shots from this spot being left-heavy, but hopefully the clouds balance things out πŸ™‚

Even the #escaype model had some trouble forecasting this fog, but we noticed it out to sea during the day and sent out some alerts, knowing there would be a high cloud burn to the south. Thanks for bearing with us through the hiccups, guys!


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