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Old Apr 6, 2014, 1:44 PM   #1
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Monday after work I arrived just in time for the blue hour at El Embarcadero to shoot the Oakland Bay bridge.

They installed the lights a few months ago and it created a nice view of the bridge form different parts of the city.

It is a 30s exposure shot with a 300X ND filter.

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Absolutely gorgeous Marcello. Color, composition, and the orange artificial light illuminating the old pier supports. Very nice.
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I agree with what Alan said.
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All I could think about the day we used that bridge in driving to Napa Valley was, just get over as we were on the lower half. It is a beautiful site that time of the evening.
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The only thing I can write ... Wow!
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Marcelo you have a talent for birdge shots like these clearly you've worked hard to obtain that talent and this image shows it off very nicely, great job and enjoy the vacation!
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Absolutely gorgeous Marcello. Color, composition, and the orange artificial light illuminating the old pier supports. Very nice.
What he said!
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Absolutely gorgeous Marcello. Color, composition, and the orange artificial light illuminating the old pier supports. Very nice.
Thaqnk you Chipersei

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I agree with what Alan said.
Thank you Bob

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All I could think about the day we used that bridge in driving to Napa Valley was, just get over as we were on the lower half. It is a beautiful site that time of the evening.
Thank you Greg

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The only thing I can write ... Wow!
I'm glad you like it, thank you for the comment.

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Marcelo you have a talent for birdge shots like these clearly you've worked hard to obtain that talent and this image shows it off very nicely, great job and enjoy the vacation!
Thank you ramcewan for the feedback, it was a trip for work but I found some time to take pictures.

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Another WoW Marcelo
Fantastic shots
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Another WoW Marcelo
Fantastic shots

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