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Repeating Arches of Fort Point
13-SEP-2008 Sandi Whitteker

Repeating Arches of Fort Point

San Francisco, California

B&W seems to suit the repeating arches in the long passageways of Fort Point, located just south of the Golden Gate bridge. The wind
blows through this old fort like a banche. Can't imagine how soldiers ever kept warm enough in winter, while serving at this fort.


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Flo Hendry23-Feb-2011 03:51
Nice perspective and works so well in B&W.
Tom Briggs24-May-2009 12:47
Superb use of b/w for this shot. As you know, Fort Point is an old, abandoned Coastal Artillery installation designed to guard the entrance to San Francisco Bay. It's unique and should be a mandatory stop for anyone with a camera. About 35 yrs ago, I actually drove a car inside one of these tunnels (at least for a little ways). I don't think you can do that anymore.
Milan Vogrin07-Dec-2008 08:56
Great compo!V!
Manuel Libres Librodo Jr.01-Dec-2008 11:13
excellent framing. V
January Grey16-Oct-2008 06:19
Marvelous shot, Sandi! A beautiful B&W composition!
Guest 07-Oct-2008 23:44
Great detail and good choice to shoot monochrome. It might be the perspective but it feels like it might be a tad tilted? It's hard to say with those arches. But that's a nit, very very nice shot...would make a nice print.
Sam Rua06-Oct-2008 23:52
Very nice capture. I like how you have this off-center yet still capture the repeating aspect. V.
Bill Warren06-Oct-2008 18:24
Strong comp of repeating arches with directional daylight V
Bill Gallagher06-Oct-2008 16:49
This works well Sandi, Nice shot. V
Jess. ( Lady.D.)06-Oct-2008 15:55
Works well in B/W, perspective give great depth, well captured Sandi...
Carol Breton06-Oct-2008 12:36
Excellent perspective and capture of the line of arches. Great in B&W. V
Steve Jones06-Oct-2008 10:35
Very nice mono conversion.
Looks a great place to set up a model or two.
Paco Lpez06-Oct-2008 05:26
Excellent!! V!
Gatan Bolduc06-Oct-2008 02:47
Excellent photo, well done in B&W, great composition.V
vatorman06-Oct-2008 01:49
Fantastic repeating shot; the B&W really brings out the tones to highlight that point.
Jim Coffman06-Oct-2008 01:43
Excellent composition. Well done Sandi. V
Cindi Smith06-Oct-2008 00:26
This is the bomb in b&w! Well done and well shot! brings you thru the picture like you are actually traveling to see where they lead!
Guest 05-Oct-2008 22:28
Excellent B&W Shot V
an nguyen05-Oct-2008 22:12
Excellent monochrome. Love it. V
Silvia Roitman05-Oct-2008 21:27
excellent!!!v
marie-jose wolff05-Oct-2008 21:02
Great perspective, awesome composition! V
Doug Cruden05-Oct-2008 20:46
Great composition - I like the receding arches, they really draw the eyes through the photo. I love the B&W processing, too. V
globalgadabout05-Oct-2008 20:38
marvellous in mono...forms and textures are delightful...and it looks the perfect channel for a banshee wind...V
Susanne v. Schroeder05-Oct-2008 20:31
Excellent in B&W, great composition.
Aud Elise Sjsther05-Oct-2008 20:18
Wonderful shot! Great perspective and use of light : ) V
Brad Claypole05-Oct-2008 19:19
Pleasing, well balanced shot
Enny05-Oct-2008 18:44
excellent depth, B&W.
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