Lines & shadows
Built between 1851 and 1863, during the height of the Gold Rush, the Fort at Fort Point was slated to be torn down to make way for the Golden Gate Bridge. Chief Engineer Joseph Strauss designed an engineered arch to span the fort and saved it from demolition. On October 16, 1970, Fort Point became a National Historic Site.
This view of the fort from the South Anchorage roof is through the arch that saved it.
Photo Notes: iPhone 5 camera, shot with Camera+ app, edited in Snapseed and CameraBag2.
“…Share a photo (or Gallery) of shapes, lines, textures, or patterns.”
—Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge
I like the patterns cast by the shadows of these pipes on the vertical ribbing of the wall.
Photo Notes: iPhone 5 camera, Camera+ app, edited in Snapseed and CameraBag 2.
“…This week is all about lines: vertical, horizontal, diagonal, crossing lines, etc.” —Cee’s photo challenge guidelines
Photo Notes: iPhone 5, Camera+ app, edits were made in Tangled FX and Snapseed
Cee’s challenge this week is to show a photograph of lines: Horizontal, Vertical, or Diagonal. What could I do? Where could I go? What should I photograph?
I know, how about a bridge?
I took this photo with an Olloclip fisheye lens on my iPhone 4 and made edits in Snapseed.