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Old September 11th, 2015, 09:06 AM
Doug Kerr Doug Kerr is online now
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Here we see the San Francisco Bay Bridge seen from the lounge atop the Marriott Marquis San Francisco hotel during our August 2014 trip there:



Douglas A. Kerr: San Francisco Bay Bridge

This is the full frame, shot with our Canon PowerShot G16. Minor processing and resizing done in Silkypix Developer Studio 6.

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Old September 11th, 2015, 09:27 AM
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Asher Kelman: San Francisco Suspension Bridge


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Thanks for revving the "bridges" thread, and in it I found this masterpiece.

Most kind of you!

Everyone just loves that bridge! It's such a factor in all S.F. life. Endless points of interest in the structure, crossing it by bicycle car or by foot each a unique experience in its own right and magnificent stroke of grandeur to the landscape from all around - land, the bay or from above!


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This is actually apparently the Golden Gate Bridge, I think from the Presdio (San Francisco) end.


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Here we see the San Francisco Bay Bridge seen from the lounge atop the Marriott Marquis San Francisco hotel during our August 2014 trip there:



Douglas A. Kerr: San Francisco Bay Bridge

This is the full frame, shot with our Canon PowerShot G16. Minor processing and resizing done in Silkypix Developer Studio 6.
Doug,

A unique view, peering between buildings.

You realize that with each picture one could determined which street, balcony or window these last two pictures were taken given the known geometry of this famous bridge!

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Old September 11th, 2015, 09:38 AM
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Hi, Asher,

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A unique view, peering between buildings.

You realize that with each picture one could determined which street, balcony or window these last two pictures were taken given the known geometry of this famous bridge!
Indeed!

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Doug
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