Above the Waldo Tunnel

The Waldo Tunnel guards the northern approach to the Golden Gate Bridge. From the mound hundreds of feet above the tunnel roof, lights of San Francisco spread out before me. It was not quite a digital night situation because of the strong ambient light from the city. The lighting on the roadways approaching the bridge cast a fiery glow, reminding me of this earlier image from Slacker Ridge (to the southwest of the current location, but in the fog).

For information about this location, see my story Alignment.

[33mm in 35mm terms, 180 seconds at f/9 and ISO 100, tripod mounted.]

This entry was posted in Digital Night, Photography, San Francisco Area.

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