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Baker Beach Sunset & Golden Gate Bridge
Photo By Susan Taylor

  • Title: Baker Beach Sunset & Golden Gate Bridge
  • State/Province/Region: California
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Bay Area
  • Nearest Town: San Francisco
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: It was a very peaceful, warm and serene evening for this time of year in November. I was fortunate to capture this while there were very few people on the beach which is quite unusual.The trick is to keep your tripod stable when captured long exposures with a Neutral Density filter while shooting in the waves.
  • Gear: Canon 5D MK III, Canon f2.8 24-70mm II
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Keywords:  LandscapesScenic RoutesWater
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