December 17, 2009

SWF: Golden Gate Bridge

Go view skies around the world at Skywatch Friday.


My Skywatch Friday photograph this week is of a pretty blue sky in San Francisco. This photograph was shot in bright sunlight. It has its flaws, but I like it. What do you think?

18 comments:

Lakshmi said...

love the flowers celine

Photo Cache said...

I love all the images from San Fran, but of course I am biased.

hetty said...

I love it too!

Julie said...

The glorious pansies make an astonishing foreground, Celine. Even the concrete retaining wall pulls its weight in framing that very famous of views. You have captured such depth to be able to show us the shoreline disappearing into the mists way back there.

I do not see too many flaws!

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shot of Golden bridge i=under the blue sky. Those flowers are lovely.

Zhu said...

So sunny and - gasp - snow free!

Very different from my scenery right now!

Tara R. said...

A lovely scene. Wonderfully framed.

vnv4 said...

Nice shot! I live about 45 miles from San Francisco and know how lovely it can be.

Mridula said...

I like it a lot! More so because of the flowers in the front!

sandeep said...

luvly shot! the gg bridge and the blue sky itself has come out beautiful and the flowers add to the charm.

overtiredmum said...

I like it - it looks like a postcard.

xo

Light and Voices said...

I haven't ever seen pansies in front of the Golden Gate bridge before. What a lovely image.
Joyce, IL, USA

Eaglesbrother said...

The flowers bring your eye right into the photograph..seeking for more...well done.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Hi Celine !! This is a beautiful shot !! Back View is fantastic !!

eileeninmd said...

Great shot of the Baybridge.

GMG said...

Hi Celine! Lovely!! And you were lucky enough to catch it with my «pocket sun»... Greart chance!!

Time to relax with a visit to a museum? Blogtrotter is at the British! Enjoy and have a great holiday season!

Vamsee Modugula said...

any shot of my favorite city is beautiful!! Looks like you trekked across to the West Coast!

Cynthia said...

Oh my gosh they look like a classroom of eager children. LUV!