On my visit to San Francisco, I drove up to the top of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area many times, in hopes of getting a classic photo of the Golden Gate Bridge covered in fog. I probably spent more time and more money in gas driving up to the top of this mountain, than I did exploring San Francisco. Needless to say, on each visit, the bridge was completely engulfed in clouds. Crows, on the other hand, were frequent visitors to the park. This photo just goes to show you that when you're bored, just about anything not covered in fog will catch your eye.
I was looking for pixs of crows for a painting study-they are such regal and noble birds in my opinion. Your crow photo is very nice!
ARTPAX on 4th July 2012 @ 7:16am
Thanks Art. There wasn't much to photograph with all the fog, so these crows were very easy and available to shoot.
Ken Dobson on 5th July 2012 @ 1:04pm