Phoneography Images from the Longest Night of The Year

Golden Gate Fields

Golden Gate Fields flooded parking lot

 

San Francisco Bay Looking toward The Golden gate Bridge

San Francisco Bay Looking toward The Golden gate Bridge

Nighttime photography is easy this time of year because there are so many more hours of dark. Every year on the Solstice I have made a practice of photographing the sun setting behind the Golden Gate Bridge. From the East side of the Bay the sun sets in the center of bridge on the Solstice. This year there was no bridge or sun. Just fog and low tide-the lowest of the year. I thought it was time to play the panorama setting so I would have something to show for 2014 Solstice Sunset.

And one of over processed Christmas lights for contrast.

Winter lights at twilight

Winter lights at twilight

Let me know what you think;

For Sally’s Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Challenger’s Choice

Merry Yule! 

Me

From Me

26 thoughts on “Phoneography Images from the Longest Night of The Year

  1. Go for you! I love holiday traditions such as your photographing the sunset on the solstice.
    Happy Solstice (bring back the sun) and Merry Christmas.

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    • That street is a three block long shopping area which is rare in the Giant SF Bay Area. It feels like a small town, which I like.a lot.
      Well one more photo Challenge 😉
      Getting everything and everyone ready for Christmas can be a challenge in itself but wonderful too!
      Merry Season of Light to you and yours.

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  3. Nice photos Carol..☺ I wish you Merry Christmas and happy new year full of great moments catched on photos and many students in your photo-classroom …Sylva

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