Surfer and Golden Gate


Monochromia

San Francisco, Surfer, Golden Gate Bridge, California, Black and White Surfer and Golden Gate

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Categories: Black and White, City Scenes, Landscapes, Monochromia, PhotographyTags: , , , , , ,

34 comments

  1. Everybody seems to have a better photographic time in SF than I had! πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰ πŸ™‚

  2. An image with strong impact! Wonderful composition and B&W tones!

  3. just a great shot…u certainly have captured a perfect sky…great EYE!!!

  4. Spectacular, my friend, and just right for B+W. πŸ™‚

  5. The black and white makes it look cold – or perhaps it is the wetsuit.

  6. Wonderful capture and just having a man carrying a surf board are lively added to the picture..

  7. Such a powerful image, Jane! It really ought to be on the cover of an inspiring biography of someone with a great love for the Sea, Surfing or San Francisco

  8. The bridge alone would have been a stellar image but the surfer adds the human element giving it scale although we already know the bridge is large. πŸ™‚ To someone with no knowledge of surfing that doesn’t seem like a very inviting place to do so.

    • Hi Steve, I’m always happy when I catch a human on the landscape for those reasons. This is a popular surfing spot – sometimes the winter waves are enormous and it’s harrowing watching them speed by near the rocks. Thanks very much!

  9. Another great monochrome from Jane.

  10. Great leading line, Jane. A statement to what the ‘humble’ human has created in his world.

  11. What a wonderful shot! This is cinematic, and every corner and space between engages the eye. Love this!

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