Cloud Over Golden Gate


Landscape, Photography, San Francisco, California, Golden Gate Bridge Cloud Over Golden Gate

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


  1. That cloud dwarfed everything! It makes you think staying home more isn’t bad, right? πŸ˜‰

  2. That is very interesting picture. It feels like the alien from the outer space is coming.

  3. Staggeringly beautiful, Jane! I love the cloud displays we get this time of year!

  4. Oh yeah, here it is again! Nice.

  5. I’m seeing a monster coming to eat San Francisco. Luckily a friendly wind blew it off course. Pretty damned impressive to make the bridge look so small.
    Hope you and yours are safe and healthy! (and not at all bored with those wonderful scenes to look at!)

  6. This is saying quite a bit – lovely image, thanks Jane, and be safe.

  7. Excellent.
    The cloud is amazing.

  8. Love to see a cloud’s height and volume, so beautiful, Jane! Your B&Ws inspire me to keep trying that process! πŸ™‚

  9. A visit to “Jane’s Lens” is the best way to start the day. Thank you Jane πŸ™β€οΈ

  10. The cloud looks immense! It even dwarfs the bridge. I guess San Francisco gets the Extra Heavy-Duty Big-Bottomed Rain Clouds. Very striking photo!

  11. There is something special about cumulus clouds and a monochrome blue sky. Hope you and all your family and friends are doing well, Jane.

  12. Great monochrome capture! The cloud adds drama to the photo, Jane.

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