From moon light in DC to moon light somewhere else, place unknown, It is a full moon as well or very near to be full. Do you know this place?
Have a great weekend everyone!
Saturday update: I don’t think anyone attempted to identify this photo. Well, it is not easy one, but if you ever been to the Coit Tower in San Francisco and looked up in the sky you would probably recognize it. Tripods are not allowed inside the tower so I had to shoot it handheld. There are some nice views off San Francisco from it, pretty much you can see in every directions though the glass windows. I wish they took the glass off those windows and put some metal bars, as that glass is all scratched and sometimes obstruct the clarity of the view. They still use probably its original elevator, very tiny, man operated.
I didn’t get to see any cherry blossoms this week, but last night I took a good walk from Roslyn over the Key Bridge all the way to the National Mall. As sunset hit I saw the full moon rising, I completely forgot about it so it was a nice surprise. Those clouds moved in a few minutes later and covered the moon. Does it still count as a full moon for werewolves and other similar creatures?
Some ugly weather in the last couple days. A few weeks ago I thought I’ll be shooting cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin sometime this week, instead today it was snowing, then raining, then again snowing. Cold and unpleasant. No sign of cherry blossoms. They say it will be next week now, but I won’t be around here to see it this year.
This is a view of the Georgetown University from across the river in Roslyn. The National Cathedral is right behind it. I took this one last night. I’ll try to take one again when skies get clear and that smog goes away.
I can remember those fresh waters and how I jumped into them after taking a few sunrise photos, very nice and refreshing before the start of a hot day. Water in Mediterranean sea is so clean and warm, I could not believe how nice it was, and on a calm day like this, it was almost lake like experience, no waves, very still but with salt water and nice buoyancy that lets you just float in the water without much effort.
All right, one more this week, had to make it seven in the row. Three from the East coast, one in the middle and three from the West coast. I just processed a few photos I took last year while driving on HW1, all of the Bixby Bridge, from different angles and I’ll share them over time, not at once… that would be too quick… it took me one year to get to them to process after all, can’t just put it out in one post.
This is probably one of the most common views of the bridge and the reason to it is because parking lot is right above me. There is a little hike that takes you a bit down to see the bridge from this angle and pretty much everyone who stops at the bridge comes down this way and take their photos. You can also cross the street to the left, walk up a little dirt road and take photos of the bridge with the ocean in the background. I went there but didn’t see anyone else following me, and that photo is probably going to be next in my little Bixby Bridge photo series.
Big Sur is a beautiful place and I wish I had better access to it to take more shots like this during different times of the year and weather, not easy task while living on the East coast.