A few more traditional shots of the San Francisco landmark bridge.

What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below?

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Golden Gate Bridge Photo #1.  View of the Golden Gate Bridge before crossing over into Marin County.

 

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Golden Gate Bridge Photo #2.  I don’t know what these flowering bushes are, but they smelled amazing as I crawled deep into them to get this shot.

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Golden Gate Bridge Photo #3.  Another view of the Golden Gate before crossing it to Marin County.

Fellow photobloggers Charissa from Almost a Photographer, Dmitrii from Places Unknown, and Kyzmit from My Life on Olympus have shared some amazing shots of the beautiful Golden Gate Bridge on their blogs.  Be sure to check them out!

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Join the conversation! 15 Comments

  1. These are gorgeous shots. My favourite is the last one 🙂

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    • Thanks, Al! I wish I could have gone a little farther to my left for that second one, but I really couldn’t go any further into the bushes that direction.

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  2. Thank you. Love the ones you got.

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  3. the second and third shots are stunning!

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  4. I just love the second one with its fantastic composition. The third one is also fabulous 🙂

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  5. My favorite one is the first one. I have always loved the span of the GG Bridge. It is so beautiful. You did a great job on all of them.

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  6. I like the second one, but like you, I wish you’d been able to get to the left a bit more. But no tumbling down cliffs to get the shot, please!!

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    • Yes, I had to make a call about climbing further to the left or not. I think I made the right decision! 🙂

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  7. Tough one, but it’s the second one for me – such an interesting composition and great choice of color and shape of front object!

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    • Thanks for stopping by and sharing your comment. I think that one is my favorite, too. I had a chance to go back to San Francisco this past summer. Hopefully I’ll get those edited and posted soon! 🙂

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