Jul 19, 2013

Colorful Skies- Moonset at Suthro Baths, San Francisco

Moonset at Suthro Baths San Francisco

One more from Suthro Baths, San Francisco. I had posted a picture of moonset earlier. This one is also from the same night few hours earlier to moonset from a different location. What interests me is the reflection! Looks like a mummy!

Moonset at Suthro Baths San Francisco

Suthro Baths is ruins of an abandoned 19th century private swimming pool which is now managed by National Park Services.
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28 comments:

  1. I love the description of this image "moon set." Fantastic view!

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  2. A breathtaking moon set it is, Kusum! Terrific captures for the day! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a lovely weekend!!

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  3. Wow - words and photo are pure magic!

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  4. Beautiful pathway of light over the water! Stunning photos!

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    1. Thanks Gemma! Yes, I see it as a pathway too!

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  5. simply beautiful.

    love going there but hasn't been there at nightfall.

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    1. I would say go during the day time. If you like it then go by night!

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  6. the sepia tones enhance the mysterious mood ...

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    1. Thanks Namaki! It is the natural color, the picture is not altered :)

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  7. Nice moonset - I think I may have to try to find a similar location - imitation being the sincerest form of flattery!

    Cheers

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. Stewart, you are so kind with your words! Glad you like the picture and thanks!

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  8. Unique moon set,i haven't have a chance to shot one yet.

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  9. Unique colours at moon set. Lovely.

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  10. That's such a great shot. It's simply amazing!

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