Tag Archives: San Francisco
This one was inspired by the great Henri. I liked how the girl had just opened her hair and how it flowed over her shoulders, much like the water coming out of the pipes of the Vaillancourt Fountain.
Another picture from Market Street in San Francisco. A long-exposure photograph is a great data-collection tool. It can reveal how much interaction there is with any given subject: the more people are in a given area the stronger their traces … Continue reading
I took this picture yesterday on Market Street in San Francisco. Usually people ignore beggars and panhandlers, and pretend that they are invisible. With this shot I wanted to show that people in need are a fixed part of the … Continue reading
Taken on the 4th of January at the Marin Headlands. The trace was produced by about 10 cars and a couple of bicycles going up and down on Conzelman Road over the period of 5 minutes and 15 seconds. In … Continue reading
The Golden Gate Bridge and downtown San Francisco at sunset yesterday. When I watched the light change and I saw these warm colors, I realized how much I look forward to the summer with its mild evenings. Now we still … Continue reading
Well, it looks like the weather here is rather moody sometimes. I took this picture a couple of hours ago and I quite enjoyed the change from the long row of warm and sunny days with their bright colors, to … Continue reading
The fog made it look like the bay was boiling. A few minutes earlier it had been so high that the bridge was completely hidden. Happy Halloween!
As promised, here’s another shot of the Golden Gate Bridge, taken about an hour later than this one. As the temperature increased with the rise of the sun, a lot more fog came into the bay. A little later, the bridge … Continue reading