Dawn To Dusk


“I’ve been wandering early and lateΒ 

From New York City to the Golden Gate,

And it don’t look like I’ll ever stop my wandering.”

~James Taylor

 

Landscape Photography, Fujifilm X-T2, San Francisco, California, Moon, Sunrise, Sunset

Harvest Moonset at Sunrise

 

Landscape Photography, Fujifilm X-T2, San Francisco, California, Moon, Sunrise, Sunset

Sunrise Ribbon

 

Landscape Photography, Fujifilm X-T2, San Francisco, California, Moon, Sunrise, Sunset

Twilight Clouds

 

Landscape Photography, Fujifilm X-T2, San Francisco, California, Moon, Sunrise, Sunset

Sunset Windows

 

Landscape Photography, Fujifilm X-T2, San Francisco, California, Moon, Sunrise, Sunset

Last Sail

 

Categories: City Scenes, Landscapes, Photography, Sunrise, Sunset, TravelTags: , , , , , , , , ,

83 comments

  1. I’m very fond of “Sunset Windows” – that light – the wonder of the city/nature interface. Beautiful. Comments are weird on my site right now so I’ll mention here that I think the curlews you’ve seen probably AER the Long-billed ones – they aren’t common, but not really rare either. Not an eastern bird, which is one reason I’d never seen one. Here’s to migration!

  2. I really like the red moon of the 1st photograph, which slices well in the sky and the night on the city
    I also like the reflection of the sun on the building facades of the 4th photograph

    • Thank you, Yoshimi. It was exciting to catch the Harvest Moon setting and the colorful windows at sunset was quite beautiful to capture. Glad you enjoyed them and your thoughts are much appreciated. πŸ™‚

  3. wow, Jane — fantastic photos of beautiful San Francisco. I like each one, but there’s something especially attractive to me about “Last Sail.”

  4. Love your Sunrise Ribbon image. Well done.

  5. All nice but those Twilight Clouds are something else.

  6. Sunset pink: the shade that warms my little heart.

  7. There’s such poetry in that first shot of yours Jane! After all these images of San Francisco’s fog, I’m still in love with the ever-changing, elusive Carl.

    • Hi Atreyee, This time of year is special with the setting moon at sunrise…soon it will be behind the bridge. Our “beloved” Karl makes for some spectacular images, so I like him very much. Great to hear from you–thanks so much.

  8. Aren’t those last sunny moments morphing into the blue hour just spectacular! As your photos of the is. Simply beautiful.

  9. Inside those apartments and offices on those windows facing the sunset, the color must be incredible. In our house, in the old neighborhood, the morning color, especially when the wildfires were going strong, the color was gorgeous.

    Nice set. πŸ™‚

  10. Oh yes, Jane, my sort of images, love them >>> especially the clouds, and the sunset windows. A πŸ™‚

  11. Gorgeous light, wonderfully captured!

  12. Those are so beautiful! If that’s your view – it’s truly awesome!

  13. Love the colours, including those reflecting off the buildings.

  14. Gorgeous, Jane. Beautiful captures at beautiful times of the day.

  15. Always love your window shots Jane – beautiful post.

  16. Love the sunset windows!

    Sent from my iPad

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  17. Fantastic shots Jane!!! LOving the warm n fuzzy colors….dreamy!!

  18. Wow i love the “twilight clouds” Jane! Gorgeous! What part of the city do you live in? I realize I never asked! It is such a beautiful place, especially when seen through your lens.

  19. I’ve always enjoyed your SF photos, but now that I spent so much time hanging around the bridge area a few months ago, it’s even more fun to see these! The pinkness of the light at both ends of the day is so pretty (and something I never seem to be able to correctly capture).

  20. Makes me want to live in ‘Frisco.

  21. Wandering from SF to LA.

  22. These are such beautiful images Jane πŸ™‚

  23. Viewing these lovely images reminds of you interview and how much you love SF. You do her a big favor by the way you capture her moods. As always, very well done.

  24. I love the atmosphere in these photos, Jane. The light is so well captured!

  25. Your second photograph reminds me of something I was surprised to learn a few years ago: in the first half of the 1900s, Americans considered pink to be the appropriate color for newborn boys and powder blue the color for newborn girls. By the second half of the century the sun had set on that tradition.

  26. Beautiful! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Wishing you a happy week!

  27. I really like the second photography and to appreciate it more, I have “cut it visually” at the top of the first trees to see only the bridge, the fog and these beautiful layers of colors

  28. It’s such a delightfully beautiful city and your photographs do it proud. There is something magical in the sun reflected on the windows the hills of the City! Keep ’em coming!

  29. You are a hugely talented photographer.

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