Posts Tagged ‘christmas tree road’

Photo: Twin Peaks, Christmas Tree Road, and the Sutro Tower, All Being Flooded with Fog

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

Carl Sandburg. 1878–

76. Fog

THE fog comes
on little cat feet.

It sits looking
over harbor and city
on silent haunches 
and then moves on.

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Wow: Check Out This Morning’s Perseid Meteor Shower Photo from Eureka Valley: Meteor, Sutro Tower, Fog

Monday, August 13th, 2012

From trophygeek, a shot of the icy ether and a chilly Twin Peaks:

Perseid meteor over Sutro Tower, San Francisco Aug 13, 2012: Set up the camera to take 8 second exposures all night and caught this large meteor as it streaked over San Francisco. The lights near the tower are cars up on Twin Peaks shining their headlights into the fog. I happened to be checking on the camera when it happened so I saw it too!”

Wow, I’m speechless:

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Me with nothing to say
You in your Autumn sweater

OMG, Come Up to Twin Peaks to See the Perseid Meteor Show Tonight! Here’s What It Will Look Like

Saturday, August 11th, 2012

Alls I know is that tonight, Saturday, August 11, 2012 will be your best chance all year to see a meteor shower.

What I don’t know is what the cloud / fog situation will be like, but you could see a lot of blue sky this AM so that bodes well.

Get the deets from Sarah Medina and UpOut.

Here’s what it will look like:

Perseid meteor shower, artist’s conception

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Oh wait, here’s the real deal, from Christmas Tree Road, a half-decade back, August 12th, 11:41 PM:

Canon 5D, 15mm 2.8 Fisheye, f/5.6, 5 seconds, ISO 1600

But people, you need to dress warm – gloves, beanies, etc and maybe a sleeping bag if you’re serious.

All right, see you there!

Shooting stars never stop/ even when they reach the top.

San Francisco’s Twin Peaks – Where New Year’s Resolutions Go To Die

Friday, January 1st, 2010

January 1, 2010 has been a bad day weather-wise, but that hasn’t stopped vigorous San Francsicans from scaling the heights of Twin Peaks.

Another peak-bagger crests the highest part of San Francisco: 

And this is their reward. There are two major bridges somewhere down there in the murkiness:

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Have a great 2010!