I could have used these images for S.O.T.C. (Straight Out Of The Camera) as absolutely no adjustments were made, not even cropping, but selected them for “Silhouette” instead.
We were atop the hill at Grand View Park in San Francisco embracing the colors of the changing skies as the sun sank lower on the horizon. A solitary young man was seated on the only bench overlooking the city and Golden Gate Bridge, taking in the glorious views as were several others scattered on the hilltop. Before anyone else popped into the picture, I was able to capture him against an impressive scene partly showing beyond him.
I was asked in my previous post if sunset photos were imminent. The orange sherbet sunset rapidly changed to shades of pink and purple as the fog rolled in quickly, amassing heavily to completely obscure the sun and leave the scene an extremely chilly grey. So, these two are for you, Patricia!