Approaching the Bridge

This was the first exposure I took looking back at the Golden Gate Bridge from the Coastal Trail. I was standing in near darkness, to the north of the approach to the bridge.

I exposed the image for thirty seconds, and when I looked at it large on my computer I was pleased to see the way the airplane trail in the sky seems to echo the curve of the road with its trail of car lights.

Related stories: Golden Gate at Night; Two Towers; S-Curve; Gerbode Valley.

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

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