on a recent visit to the one and only City, my son and i did enjoy a visit to the Marin side Vista Point, to enjoy a view of the Golden Gate Bridge on our way heading into town. In the fogged light, I just couldn’t resist grabbing this image of the road site cut into the headlands, showing an incredible rich warm toned view of the warped and twisted soil patterns of a geologically very vibrant area.
A slice into the moveable bed rock of the Bay Area. A splendid light and road image at a 30×40″ native size and I am considering to make a fine art print from it soon, the thumbnail does not to the image quality much justice, which still is a consistent challenge for me as my high resolution work style with massive and optically created photographs intended for large size archival pigment prints, just does not come across on a screen display or web format.
Recently, I have begun with the help of Suzanne to revamp my web outreach and presentation and I would love any input from you! Please use my email out of contacts, as I am just very tired of spam-able web page comment functions. It would be very interesting to gain some viewer support in building a better outreach efforts and as always do text me when you are travel through Mount Shasta and we can meet up at the Gallery on main street.