After taking these photos last Spring, I was excited for another chance to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge in August.  Unfortunately, it was a little foggy, but that is often the case in San Francisco. Here are three more photos of the Golden Gate Bridge.  What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below? Golden […]

This image didn’t turn out as well as I would have liked.  It was freezing cold and the wind was relentless, so this was the best I could manage.  I hope to get another shot at the Golden Gate Bridge at night some time soon. Regis Vincent has some amazing photos of the Golden Gate Bridge, along […]

No trip to San Francisco should be considered complete without a trip over the Golden Gate Bridge.  Unfortunately, I’ve made many trips to the Bay Area since my last trip across the Golden Gate Bridge, so I put it on my “must do” list for this past visit.  The views of the Golden Gate Bridge […]

The Bay Bridge opened for traffic in November 1936 and has one of the longest spans in the United States.  Nearly 240,000 vehicles travel across the bridge daily.  A replacement bridge built alongside the original opened in September 2013.  It cost over $6.5 billion to build and is currently the world’s widest bridge. On a […]

The 25 de Abril Bridge in Lisbon, Portugal is often compared to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge because they are both suspension bridges painted the same color. However, the bridge’s “sister” bridge is actually the San Francisco Bay Bridge.  Crossing the Tagus River, the bridge’s upper deck has six lanes for vehicles and it’s lower deck […]

The Bosphorus Bridge spans the continents of Europe and Asia, linking the two halves of Istanbul.  This is a view between the two continents from the Bosphorus Straight. On Today’s Date in the Past: Peephole to Potential Sooooooo Ready for Spring! You Might Also Enjoy: Other Istanbul Posts Other Water Posts

The Bosphorus Strait separates Europe from Asia.  Approximately 35% of Istanbul is located on the European side of the Strait and the remaining 65% is located on the Asian side of the Strait.  While there wasn’t time for me to cross the Bosphorus Bridge and actually set foot on the Asian side of Istanbul, there was just […]