Blowing in the Golden Gate

When the clouds blow in the Golden Gate (which is often) and when there’s also a blue sky over the Bay (which is sometimes), then there will be a spectacular show at sunset.

To witness yesterday’s show, I started at the Inspiration Point parking lot at about 5PM and hiked to Wildcat Peak. I had a book with me, and read for a while until the performance started to move quickly. Within minutes after this shot, the sun had set and the Golden Gate was hidden in an inpenetrable layer of fog.

[130mm, 195mm in 35mm equivalent terms, 1/320 of a second at f/9 and ISO 100, handheld.]

This entry was posted in Landscape, Photography, San Francisco Area.

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