A relatively so-so day shooting architecture in Berkeley and Oakland. Almost halfway on the drive home, I spied this red barn from the highway and a sign indicating a levee road rapidly approaching. Less than 5 minutes later, I was ready to shoot.
(click through on the image to view in 700px of long exposure blur)
As I was driving to the Bay Area and passing through the city of Antioch at 7am, I had seen two separate power generation plants in operation, with towers spewing water vapor/steam (at least that is what I assume it to be) into the air. A perfect setting for long exposure photography. By the time I was on my way back — nothing. Either the plants were not in use or perhaps the unseasonably warm temperatures (mid-70s) prevents the vapor from being seen. It would be the first of two setbacks as…
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