Sunset Over the Bay

After our photo walk at the dog park where I took photos of the dogs, birds, and kitty and the bright blue sky, the hubby and I drove to the Oakland hills to await the appearance of sunset. Surprisingly, it didn't take long after we pulled up on the side of road that the sky turned golden. I suppose it's still winter after all.

Here are a combination of my husband's and my shots. The better ones are his. I was carrying a small point and shoot and he got the DSLR with tripod to boot. We were standing high up in the hills overlooking the bay with both the Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge in front of us.

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Comments

  1. These photos are beautiful! Love sunsets and sunrises :).

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  2. I love the colorful orange sky, beautiful captures of the sunset... Have a happy weekend!

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  3. Those are all gorgeous sunset shots!

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  4. Beautiful! The last time I was in San Francisco we drove over the old portion of the Bay Bridge - the new one was going to open a few days later.

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  5. Beautiful shots, and so generous, thank you.

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  6. Wow, admire your sunset shots!
    www.womenandperspectives.com/2015/02/dreamed-blue-sky.html

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  7. Beautiful photos. Great depth of field in those first few shots, with the tree branches and background all in focus!

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  8. Wow! Stunning, breathtaking photos! :)

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  9. Your combination of shots made a very attractive series. Beautiful images.

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  10. Such beautiful sunset photos. They're quite calming and I kept staring at them a while. I love the different tones of yellow and orange. Such a beautiful view of the bay, too.

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  11. beautiful landscapes and sunsets! great work

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  12. Great light - I do believe that the trees in the first picture could be gum trees.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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