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    More of Golden Gate Bridge, though it's taking a back seat to the sky in this one.


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    The sky definitely wins in that one.

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    TI is a great place for that shot. Absolutely beautiful. I missed all of the great sunsets we have been having recently(work). Now I have the time but the sunsets seem to be fogged out.
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    This one was from yesterday, but I heard it was a fog out farther south. I took the shot from the Van Ness Pier, though it's more commonly shot from TI. I was actually there for the city view which I'll post later.
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    Which one do you guys like better?

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    I'm gonna have to say #1. #2 has just the right amount of everything to be neither graceful nor geometric nor powerful, plus the cut off shed on the right hurts my eyes.

    #1 is more graceful, though I'm thinking a 3:4 or other crop excluding the top might work better. Likely neither is your best work.

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    I like the first one as well. However, I really like the patterns in the cables and truss work of the second. I wonder if it would work cropped to just the bridge deck and tower?

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    The first shot would be my pick. It just seems like a more complete scene. In the second shot (which looks like a crop of the first) part of the bridge seems to get in the way, as the outcrop of rock and building seem to be the focal point.
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    Thanks guys. Pretty much the opposite of my feelings, but that's why I asked. They're two photos, not a crop. One at 200mm and the next at 400mm. My main intent was to photograph the lighthouse at the base of the north tower. Perhaps that's why I like the tighter view. I do like the sweeping suspension cable in the first photo but feel as though it would benefit from a few clouds. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
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    Wow, that is one fugly lighthouse. I had thought it was an old net house or who knows what, but now I see the light. If there was anything attractive about the lighthouse #2 might have been better, except for that building on the right would still ruin it. The clear sky is why I suggested cropping the top of #1.

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