Marin Headlands, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco, California

A four shot panorama. The fog adds a nice touch to this forlorn place of abandoned military installations from bygone eras.

It was 89 degrees as I headed south on 101. Coming down from Sausilito the fog was racing over the hills and shrouding the Golden Gate. The fog horns on the ships were booming between the hills as I took the Marin Headlands exit. Too much fog to shoot the bay so I continued on up the hill to “Construction 129” near the top. Here it was cool and so much fog that it was dripping off of the Moneterey Pines in a drizzle.

Nikon D2x ,Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF AF-S
1/6th @ f/11 ISO 100 -0.3 EV Tripod


forest, fog, marin headlands, construction 129

I started photographing when I was 14, taking slides with an early Pentax 35mm. I took a photography class at 16 and began using a 4×5 view camera with my own darkroom. In 2002 digital emerged which envigorated my passion in the visual arts. In the last 5-6 years I’ve started documenting and developing a visual framework to cultivate “seeing” that can be shared with others on their path of becoming visual artists.

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