Otherworldly. . . I agree with James Donnaught. . .yet another perspective!
Brilliant use of time exposure to soften the image of the fog - with the streaking lights on the road as a wonderful bonus. This location is the subject of 10,000 postcards (and ten million tourist snapshots), and you'd think it would have been photographed to death by now -- but Mr. Perry has still managed to make something unique and beautiful out of it. Bravo!
yes .. right a beautiful experience .... There was a similar bridge used in Kung Fu Panda as well .. where all thee masters fight Tai lung ... :) ..... <3
Excellent Michael! Wonderful way of shot of SFO GGBridge submerging within the clouds. My favorite location! Wish U all the best for winning the Photo Contest!
Home sweet home! We never know if we'll see the fireworks on the 4th or not - we try, just the same!
I know this scenery from a photoblog of my friend http://www.printofview.eu/index.php?showimage=48 .
Low-lying fog makes for such dramatic yet peaceful scenes and combined with wonderful light, great composition. super presentation, and all those tail and head lights, it makes for a excellent pic. Congrats and cheers.
What an amazingly graceful bridge, and to catch it bathed in fog like you have,is wonderful.The colorful winding road on the hill side adds to an already beautiful shot. j.e.s.
@Joy Saldanha YES JOY IT LOOKS IT BATHED IN FOG - DR K M
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