It was a normal weekday morning. I was driving my son to school in the Haight-Asbury section of San Francisco. He was delighted when I said, "let's have some fun." He knew that meant we were going over the Twin Peaks of San Francisco with it's incredible 360 degree view of city. Little did I know that we would happen on an event that I had been waiting for for years. The Bay Bridge shrouded in fog. In an instant I grabbed my Nikon and a 300mm f2.8 lens to capture this once in a decade scene. The only negative was, we were late for school.
Only 200 prints of this extremely rare scene will be produced.
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