As senior photojournalist at aNewDomain.net, I get around a bit. Not just to tech events, either. Check out this gallery. I took these shots with a Nikon D90 with an 18 mm to 200 mm lens. None of the photos have been altered.
Sailing via Raccoon Straight we head for Tiburon where one can visit the Corinthian Yacht Club, one of the oldest landmarks founded in 1886.
I just love tying the boat up at a slip and walking up the ramp and through the crowd like a rock star at Sam’s in Tiburon to have a cold beer and clam chowder.
Navigating past the Golden Gate Bridge is always majestic, especially with the colorful kite surfers flying around.
A wind surfer comes close to the boat as we head up towards the Presidio Cemetery.
The Palace of Fine arts stands out and glows from shore.
Fort Mason keeps guard — that’s Nob Hill in the background.
Coit Tower on Russian Hill sits above Pier 39 where the seals have made it their home.
A close look at the sculpture along the Embarcadero of Cupid’s Arrow inspired by San Francisco’s reputation as the home port of Eros.
The Bay Bridge carries about 270,000 vehicles per day on its two decks and has one of the longest spans in the world.
Dusk is starting to set and you can see the infamous prison Alcatraz in the background.
The City of San Francisco, its buildings lit up during the holiday season.
The Bay Bridge lights up the city as the sun sets and my magical day in the San Francisco Bay comes to a close.
For aNewDomain.net, I’m Julie Blaustein.
GS: All photo credits: Julie Blaustein, some rights may be reserved.