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Old Mar 29, 2012, 2:29 PM   #1
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Default Dark and Rainy (large pano)

The day after I walked the Golden Gate Bridge we had lots of rain and a very dark day.

This one is a panoramic of the San Francisco Bay from the south side of the GGB.




Have a great day everyone.

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Old Mar 29, 2012, 2:57 PM   #2
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E5 + 50-200mm + EC 14 + no tripod

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Impressively dramatic Marcelo. Nicely done.
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G'day Marcelo

... and we get told it never rains in california ... at least that was the old Beachboys song anyway

Great pano under difficult / uninspiring lighting conditions
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It doesn't get much drearier than THAT! Well-done... especially for hand-held!
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Well done. Captured the dreary weather very well. That is a big panorama, you captured some major landmarks in one shot: the GG Bridge, Coit Tower, the TA building, and the Palace of Fine Arts. You left no doubt of which city you were shooting.
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Impressively dramatic Marcelo. Nicely done.
Thank you Ken, sometimes bad weather is a great excuse to use your camera.

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G'day Marcelo

... and we get told it never rains in california ... at least that was the old Beachboys song anyway

Great pano under difficult / uninspiring lighting conditions
Regards, phil
LOL Phil, you are right that is what the songs tell us...

Thank you for your feedback.

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Well done. Captured the dreary weather very well. That is a big panorama, you captured some major landmarks in one shot: the GG Bridge, Coit Tower, the TA building, and the Palace of Fine Arts. You left no doubt of which city you were shooting.
Hi Steven,

Thank you for your commentary.

Actually the bridge on the left side of the picture is the "Bay Bridge" I did shoot the picture form the Golden Gate.

SF is a beautiful city, nice weather, very quiet, nice restaurants and people very friendly and helpful.

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Actually the bridge on the left side of the picture is the "Bay Bridge" I did shoot the picture form the Golden Gate.
Yeh, that threw me, for a moment I couldn't figure why the GG bridge was on the left (east) of the city.


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Very moody - excellent, Marcello.
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... and we get told it never rains in california ... at least that was the old Beachboys song anyway
Well they wanted all girls to be California girls, so what did they know.
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