October 07, 2008

sunrise-colored water


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photo by Donald Kinney

I found this pretty sunrise-colored water at San Pablo Bay, which is the upper-thumb of San Francisco Bay.


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photo by Donald Kinney

The dock in the foreground is part of China Camp, and the lights and plume of steam in the background is the Chevron refinery in Richmond.


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9 comments:

photowannabe said...

This is a sight not often photographed I would think. I love the dock and the sunrise lighting on Richmond.

Fish Whisperer said...

Wonderful photos. Can't say much else.
Cheers

Tomate Farcie said...

That's a great shot!!! The past looking at the present, or something like that. Really cool and original shot.

Rambling Woods said...

My goodness..that is what a refinery looks like..kind of creepy...

chrome3d said...

How can you make the water look so metallic and unreal? You are a master in that.

onangelwings said...

Not sure if you manipulated but this is just a stunning shot. There is so much going on.

marc aurel said...

I just found your BIG site. Fabulous. The China Camp picture reminds me of reading Paradise Lost at school ages ago. I mean we all use oil, but its production looks so hellish. Is it a shrimp boat in the foreground? I love checking in to your site. I hope you make money from your photography.

becky voyles said...

This so serene. Great job!

Louise said...

I love the color in the top photo. In the bottom one, the color is mesmerizing, but I also love the layout, the smoothness of the water, and the way the smoke catches color. Both are quite beautiful.

 
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