Its been on my to-do (to-shoot) list for a long time
The Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge is a gorgeous suspension bridge that spans Harbor Drive connecting Petco Park and the Convention Center. The reason it has taken me so long to photograph this gem is:
- I wanted to photograph it at night
- It is in San Diego’s East Village which has been beautifully cleaned up but can still be a bit sketchy after dark.
Needless to say, I was thrilled when I found a friend who was game to go shoot with me! We spent a good two hours wandering that part of town, and spent most of our time capturing the bridge from every angle possible.
I captured over 160 photos last night, and have selected over 30 of them to process. That is going to take some time, BUT I did get one ready to share. I hope you like it!
Today I am thankful for:
- The amazing post-processing tools I have at my fingertips for photography
What are you thankful for today?
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