With the hometown San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl this coming Sunday, many of the tall buildings in the city have some orange and gold themed lights. And many are probably holdovers from when the Giants won the World Series 3 months ago. The Ferry Building, which is now primarily known for specialty foods purveyors and restaurants, is no exception.
(Click through the image for a 700px view of the City at night)
While anyone can stand on street level and snap a similar photograph such as this, those photos tend to have the building tower’s lines converge the further up one looks. Plus, you would not see the back side of the “Port of San Francisco” neon facing the bay or much of the Bay Bridge.
The solution? Go across the street to the architecturally impressive Hyatt Regency. The publicly accessible 14th floor faces the tower straight on, or very close to it. There are other hotels in the area that grant equally impressive views of other San Francisco landmarks.
Listing of photograph(s) from this day’s San Francisco daytrip:
- Alcatraz, Lighthouse, Chapel Windows
- Hyatt Regency San Francisco, Atrium, Elevator, Monochrome, Long Exposure
EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center-weighted metering mode, 23mm, ISO 400, 15 sec, f/10
SF Ferry Building, Bay Bridge, 49ers Colors, Long Exposure. The Embarcadero, San Francisco, California. January 26, 2013. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.