How To Hide A Bridge

DSC_5614Golden Gate Bridge                                                          San Francisco, Nov. 29, 2013

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  1. I think I would be a little nervous about driving into that.
    Spooky.

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    1. I agree — very spooky. The fog horns were blaring every 5 seconds. (And it was kind of scary driving the road to reach the top of the hill to get the shot.)

      On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 3:32 PM, MK photographs

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  2. Great shot of the famous San Francisco fog! It’s thick as soup, isn’t it. ~SueBee

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    1. I love that fog. It’s energetic. It’s moody. It’s scarey. It changes by the second.

      On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 7:43 PM, MK photographs

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      1. I’m with you… always was one for the beach on foggy day! Now I’ll age myself, but did you ever see the extreme low-budget film called The Crawling Eye? The fog coming down the mountain… lol – as kids, every time we had a foggy day we’d remind each other of the crawling eye! Obviously made an impression! ~SueBee

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        1. I was watching those low-budget movies at the drive-in too, but I must have missed that one. Even so, I would be creeped out to actually walk on a beach on a foggy day. Prefer to be in my car. With the doors locked. Trying not to imagine who is out there.

          On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 8:01 PM, MK photographs

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