I don’t think it is possible to take a bad photograph of the Golden Gate Bridge. I never saw an alley of trees that I didn’t like. I have quite literally hundreds of thousands of images spanning more than 50 years, of almost any subject you can think of. Those that pre-date digital cameras, I have been scanning and saving to a hard drive(s). Each photograph is connected to a memory or a feeling or thought. The photo is a tag if you like to find that memory. My goal is to express the most complete thought in a single image. Naturally there are moments when video is better, but I am committed to the effort of capturing the whole in a single image. Click: HERE to go to my photography website.
FROM TIME TO TIME I REVIEW MY ARCHIVE OF PHOTOGRAPHS AND TRY TO CHOOSE FAVORITES. I WILL BE POSTING MORE AS I SCREEN 100,000 IMAGES.
The Golden Gate bridge is one of those places that never looks the same from one moment to the next. It is no wonder that the number one business in San Francisco is tourism. The bridge also showcases the micro climate that is San Francisco. It was built to connect San Francisco to the Redwood Empire, what I might today refer to as the 101 corridor.
The America’s Cup will be sailed under the bridge a year from now.