Wednesday, October 8, 2014
City by the Bay
Those regular viewers of this photoblog may have noticed that I had gone AWOL. I just got back yesterday from a two week photography trip to Colorado and Wyoming. I have more images of Elk bugling than I know what to do with. I got some beautiful images. Throw in gorgeous aspen trees, Pikas, Bison, Prairie Dogs, rabbits and Pronghorn Antelope and I had a marvelous time. It took me a good part of today just to upload all of the images to my computer and back up drive. Now on to my main message for today's photoblog. Because I was flying out of San Francisco I thought it would be a great idea to get some images of the San Francisco skyline. I left my hotel room just before sunset to photograph the city from Treasure Island. A long the way I changed my destination and headed up to the top of Twin Peaks instead. I hadn't been there since I was a young boy when my Uncle Bill brought me up there to show me what he called the best view of the city you will ever get. He was right and the views were fantastic. The night was clear and warm though it was a bit windy. Enjoy the view and God bless, chris Image created with a Canon 7D and a Canon EFS-10-22mm lens mounted on Manfotto 055XB tripod and a Bogen 3055 ballhead. Camera settings used Manual,ISO 100, F10.0 at 25 seconds. The panorama is 5 images merged together.