This view of Marin County and the San Francisco Bay Area is from a spot that is as close to heaven as you can get: The Gardner Lookout on the East peak of Mount Tamalpais. Enjoy. Related article: Click here for a link to information on how this video went viral.
3 out of 4 is not too bad is it?
I shot this photo with my iPhone4 and edited it in Snapseed.
I took this with my iPhone4 and made edits in Snapseed.
The Krazy Kalico has been a wonderful addition to our family.
I took this photo with an iPhone4 and edited it in Snapseed.
Q: What does an acorn say when it grows up?
A: Gee, I’m a tree (geometry).
This week’s photo challenge is to take a photo of the “shapes and rhythms” that make up the geometry of our world. Well, Kiddies, I work at Ground Zero for Geometry. The Golden Gate Bridge is nothing but angles, slopes, curves and triangles and since geometry was my favorite subject in school, I am in Hog Heaven every day at work.
Below is a photo that I took at night with my iPhone4 and then edited in Snapseed.
As a bridge electrician I had to learn to resist the temptation to step back and take a look at my work. In this photo I am standing on the Upper Chord, outside of the bridge, looking down at Ft. Point.
This week the letter “R” stands for Rust, which I encounter on a daily basis at work. The Golden Gate Bridge has been described as, “A ship in a sea of fog” and I agree with that observation.
The photo below shows a conduit on the South Tower Pier that we replaced because the coupling connecting the two pipes was rusting away.
This week’s challenge is to find something foreign, “…things outside of or different from your normal environment, or even something which is out of place in general.” My entry this week is a look back at what we may now think of as a foreign concept: Nuclear-tipped missiles in the San Francisco Bay Area as…
Game 1 of the World Series was played in San Francisco last night (Go Giants!). During my break at work I went down under the bridge to take a quick photo of the crushed beam exhibit and instead I found a spectacular sunset in progress.
This week’s challenge was inspired by, “…a recent photo challenge and a series of articles and discussions circulating about the validity of iphone photos as “real” art.” I will demonstrate how I manipulated a photograph into a featured image for a recent post.
I started with a photo from my iPhone