Tag Archives: Golden Gate Bridge
Monochrome Monday~Heading Home
A day spent at the deYoung Museum in San Francisco seeing an Ansel Adam’s exhibit had me seeing everything in black and white. It’s a good thing.
Monday Photo Minimalism~Fog
Fog that blankets the Golden Gate Bridge, at times leaving pieces exposed, and then covering it to make you think you’ve only imagined it.
The Sunday Traveler~Men at Work on the Golden Gate
The wonderful Golden Gate, spanning a one mile wide strait connecting San Francisco and the Pacific Ocean. The Sunday Traveler finally ticked one more thing off her bucket list; walking up to and across the bridge this last June. I’ve … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler~Men at Work
Not your usual photo of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. While most people are getting those expansive views, there are those working to maintain the massive structure. Complex and incredible work. To be continued next Sunday.
Thursday Thoughts on Wordless Wednesday
There is only one excuse for forgetting Wordless Wednesday…I was going across the Golden Gate for a little day trip when I thought about not having posted for the day. I had only one thing on my mind yesterday morning…day … Continue reading
At The End of The Day
At the end of the day I have only what is left Bridges crossed, connections made, compassion shown Hope for the lives I’ve touched
Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece
The San Francisco Bay Bridge; it’s not only the bridge, but the Bay that is a masterpiece The Golden Gate. Two masterpieces that span the masterpiece that is the San Francisco Bay
Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond
A photo of the San Francisco Bay Bridge; beyond that is the Golden Gate Bridge.
Taking a Break At Pier 39
We’d walked from North Beach down to Pier 39. We wandered down the pier looking for a place that wasn’t too crowded. We were tired and thirsty. The bar was actually empty, everyone else was sitting at tables. Perfect! There is … Continue reading