Bayscapes

Morning in the Hills

I’ve been photographing the bayscapes of the San Francisco area with great passion and joy for much of the past year. My subject matter isn’t so much the Bay itself–although the Bay is in many of the photos. I’m interested in the play of clouds, sky, weather, water, and color.

The subject matter of these photos range from fog below Mount Diablo in the morning, to a storm on the Marin shore, to giant hoists in Port Oakland. And I’ve made many, many images of the Golden Gate. Particularly from the hills of the East Bay.

You can see these photos in the San Francisco section of this blog and in my San Francisco Bay photoset on Flickr.

Here are some of my favorites. You can click on a small image to see it larger, or click the link to see the related blog story. Enjoy!

Storm over the Golden Gate Storm over the
Golden Gate
Bridge Shadow Bridge Shadow
There Goes the Sun There Goes the Sun
Tug and Fog Tug and Fog
Sea Horse Sea Horse
Golden Gate Golden Gate
Golden Gate Sunset Golden Gate Sunset
Morning in the Hills Morning in the Hills
Storm-Bound Shore Storm-Bound Shore
Sunset over the Straits of Carquinez Sunset over the
Straits of Carquinez
Bay Sunset from Wildcat Peak Bay Sunset from
Wildcat Peak
Golden Gate Sunset Golden Gate Sunset
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