On our way back from Yosemite National Park, my friend Gary said it was rare to have a clear sunset so we stopped by to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge.
We got off the 101 to shoot from Golden Gate National Recreation Area, drove up Conzelma Road to Hawk Hill, and found a good spot with the bridge in the foreground and downtown San Francisco in the background
The colors did not pan out as we expected so we drove down to Battery Spencer overlook to get some of the bridge and traffic.
We liked those photos so much better.
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Paul Conrad is an award-winning, nationally and internationally published freelance photographer living in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Wash., north of Seattle in the Pacific Northwest. His work has been published in newspapers and magazine throughout the United States and in Europe.
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