Back to the Cliff
© All rights reserved. A low-res, flatbed scan of a 6x7 (2 1/4 x 2 3/4 inch)
This is an image made a couple weeks ago when I decided to go back to a tricky spot I used to shoot from in the late 90's and on.
The best I ever came up with was a simple blue hour shot that you can find hidden in my moldy oldies---wait, I'll post the link below. Haha. Anyway, if you read the camera-clever goatog's comment. It pretty much sums up what I was looking for and why. After I felt I exhausted about what I could do from Kirby Cove, which, of course, also features the city of San Francisco visible under the Golden Gate Bridge, I went lookin.' I should say that I don't exactly love any of my shots from Kirby Cove, either. It's just that, after many shoots, the limited variations from there were not enough. Maybe if I take a good one from there it will change my mind again. Haha. Uh...yep.
Anyway, remember to employ due diligence and good judgment out there. Some of these places are extremely dangerous. Oh, and have fun, too!
Thanks for having a look! Please look at the old shot, too, even if it is a raw scan. Haha!