*Morning Glory - March 1, 2013*
I was going to wait to post this, but.... yeah I couldn't resist! These are the fog mornings I dream about. The mornings when I actually get myself up. The mornings I will always remember going forward. No matter how much I shoot this bridge (A lot) I just don't get sick of it, and get a different shot with different weather, every time. It seemed liked everyone made it out this morning too (Except that person that claims he has a phone... Bonocore) Good seing Alan, Joe, Amy, Rob, Max and Larry. And Jeff's silhouette up on Slakers! Can't complain at all about this morning! Except for getting a bit sick after I got back home, but it was all worth it.
This is a 69 Second shot at ISO 250, f/10 and LEE Big Stopper. And I got some epic timelapses!
The other day I got up for a not so exciting sunrise on Hawk Hill. When we were leaving, +Joe Ercoli, +tom final and I stopped at the 2nd turn off spot. The hazy city made for some great silhouette shots.
**The Bay Lights**
It looks like a whole new bridge! On Friday night I found out they would be testing the new lights, so why wouldn't I go shoot it. The lights dance however, but it's not the easiest shot to get, unless you shoot at a crazy high ISO to capture the light patterns. Either way, the lights look awesome.
Starting March 5th (Grand Lighting) they will be for a couple years, or even longer if people petition to keep them up like the last set of lights!
The Bay Lights is an iconic light sculpture designed by internationally renowned artist Leo Villareal. This stunning fine arts experience will live for two years on the San Francisco Bay Bridge West Span, starting with the Grand Lighting on March 5, 2013. Visit www.thebaylights.org/ for more information on the project. It will also become world's largest light sculpture. — at Bay Bridge.
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