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Old Feb 15, 2016, 7:28 PM   #1
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I visited San Francisco after the Super Bowl and I was lucky to find a hotel room, all the hotels were booked with the Super Bowl event happening there.

It is my first time in this hotel and it was a nice place to stay, it is an historic building but very clean, great service and just two blocks of Union Square.



The mandatory shoot of the staircase from the top of the building:




The view from my room, nothing too be exited but at least is not inside a boring patio.




I love San Francisco it is a mini Manhattan but with some nice people (no attitude) walking on the streets (not running) and great food.

The office is only three blocks of The Embarcadero so walking after work to shoot sunsets is my favorite activity:

Coit Tower.



Transamerica Pyramid Building



The city still with all the decorations and stuff for the Super Bowl



The Embarcadero and the Oakland Bridge behind it.



The Hotel pictures were shoot with the 12mm f2 and the cityscapes with the 14-150mm MKII

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Great set Marcelo, love the hotel stair case and I think I actually stayed there with my wife a few years back on our last night after a trip to wine country and a wedding in Sebastopol , thanks for sharing them, you really make great use of the 14-150mm mkII
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All great shots as usual from your talented hands. My fave is the Oakland Bay Bridge, one of the most beautiful suspension bridges in my opinion.
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Well done Marcelo. I always enjoy seeing good photos of the San Francisco area.
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I agree with James, love the reflections.
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Great set Marcelo, love the hotel stair case and I think I actually stayed there with my wife a few years back on our last night after a trip to wine country and a wedding in Sebastopol , thanks for sharing them, you really make great use of the 14-150mm mkII
Thank you ramcewan,

The 14-150mm MKII is just easy to carry and cover a large focus length.

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All great shots as usual from your talented hands. My fave is the Oakland Bay Bridge, one of the most beautiful suspension bridges in my opinion.
Thank you James, it is a beautiful bridge and I hope I can shoot it from a different angle in my next trip.

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Well done Marcelo. I always enjoy seeing good photos of the San Francisco area.
Thank you Steven,

San Fran is so photogenic and I really enjoy my time there.

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I agree with James, love the reflections.
Thank you John.
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Fantastic shots Marcelo
Great colors and lighting on Transamerica building
and the night shots are spectacular

thanks for sharing
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Fantastic shots Marcelo
Great colors and lighting on Transamerica building
and the night shots are spectacular

thanks for sharing
Thank you Fred for the nice comments.

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