Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Mt. Diablo

Hiked up to the summit of Mt. Diablo State Park today. At over 3800 ft. elevation it is said that on a clear day one can see past the Golden Gate bridge on one side and all the way to the Sierra Nevadas on the other. Sadly, today was a little hazy so the Sierra Nevadas weren't very visible. However if you looked carefully in the direction of San Francisco, you could make out the Golden Gate bridge. I have a blown up the center where you can barely make out the bridge.

Technical specs: Canon 30D, 10-22@22mm, f/8, 1/640s, ISO 100, mild shadow/highlight and curves in PS.


Jan said...

That's just crazy!!

I can't wait to see the bridge. But now I have the image of Magneto moving it and it magically turning into night time from one shot to the next seared into my brain.

Aravind Krishnaswamy said...

Yea the moving of the bridge I can accept. But WTF is up with the turning from day to night? What did they just think the audience wouldn't notice? Meh... I'll chalk that one up to bad editing...