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(@TomShacochis) Tom Shacochis said:December 23rd, 2012 (11:49am) PST
I like the framing.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Grateful to you, amigo.
(@nairfotografia) Nair Fotografia said:December 19th, 2012 (11:53am) PST
i like the color version better..fantastic framing ..love it
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you, my friend.
(@polimeros) thom polimeros said:December 12th, 2012 (8:18am) PST
a great shot Mickey....
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you, Thom.
(@miroth) miroth said:December 11th, 2012 (6:15pm) PST
Nice composition,colour just has the edge imo.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you for your feedback, Miroth.
(@teach50) Linda Karlin said:December 11th, 2012 (6:04pm) PST
I like the color version the best. Just a beautiful shot.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Really appreciate your feedback and kind words, Linda.
(@Marthe) marthe said:December 11th, 2012 (5:26pm) PST
I keep going back and forth... the three images are very nice but I am leaning towards the colour version...
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you so much for taking the time to look at them, Marthe.
(@rich007) Rich Mayer said:December 11th, 2012 (4:17pm) PST
I'd pick color version, but it's close !!
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks Rich, your opinion is very appreciated.
(@rodrigo) rodrigolegua said:December 11th, 2012 (11:58am) PST
Maravilhosa imagem!
@MickeydelPilar replied: Muchas gracias, Rodrigo.
(@timbutler54) Tim Butler said:December 11th, 2012 (7:19am) PST
Most excellent image Mickey!
@MickeydelPilar replied: I thank you, Tim.
(@GeneG) Gene G. said:December 11th, 2012 (7:12am) PST
Well captured Mickey. Love the POV and composition is perfect!
@MickeydelPilar replied: Appreciate those kind words, Gene.
(@Manu) Manu Klemm said:December 11th, 2012 (6:25am) PST
Great framing.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you, Manu.
(@endlessreach1) Carl Shaw said:December 11th, 2012 (5:51am) PST
Nicely seen, captured & processed...well done Michael
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you very much, Carl.
(@KWirtanen) Kent Wirtanen said:December 11th, 2012 (5:45am) PST
Great eye Michael...you get a sense of "old vs new". Well done.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Love the comment, Kent...many thanks.
(@jaykay72) John Kortland said:December 11th, 2012 (2:51am) PST
Well framed shot of this bridge on the bay, the tones and nuances in the brickwork around the arch contrast nicley with the harshness of the steel construction viewed through the arch, the foliage just gives the softness to the man made scenery, reminding the viewer that nature will take everything back given a chance. A well observed and processed photograph.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks much, John...I had 2 other versions, color
(@QuimG) Quim Granell said:December 11th, 2012 (1:16am) PST
Interesante encuadre, amigo.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Muchas gracias, Quim.
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I have included two other versions...one in Sepia and one in B/W....perhaps you could give me your opinion as to which one you prefer...thanks for looking. The San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge (known locally as the Bay Bridge) is a pair of bridges spanning San Francisco Bay of California, in the United States. As part of Interstate 80 and the direct road route between San Francisco and Oakland, it carries approximately 270,000 vehicles per day on its two decks.[4] It has one of the longest spans in the world.

The toll bridge was conceived as early as the gold rush days, but construction did not begin until 1933. Designed by Charles H. Purcell,[5][6] and built by American Bridge Company, it opened for traffic on November 12, 1936, six months before the Golden Gate Bridge. It originally carried automobile traffic on its upper deck, and trucks and trains on the lower, but after the closure of the Key System, the lower deck was converted to road traffic as well

Uploaded: Dec 10th, 2012 (11:19pm)
Category: Monochrome
Camera: DMC-ZS7
Focal Length: 18 mm
Aperture: f/5
Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec
ISO: 125



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