This is part of an old WWII-era installation in the Marin Headlands, overlooking the Pacific Ocean north of San Francisco. I have posted pictures from here before, it offers a wealth of photographic opportunities.
I was using this photo tonight as part of a promotion for my next show, a combined music + poetry reading at the Headlands Center for the Arts this coming Sunday. So it seemed like a good choice for WW. It also appeared in the video slideshow that accompanied my Open Studios photography show last week (though it was not one of the prints).
It looks like an abandoned place. Great capture.
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Great one for WW! Hope to see you around….. mine is up!
I wonder what it was used for? That oxidized green color is pretty.
Looks mysterious! Best wishes for the next upcoming show 🙂 Happy WW
Your show sounds intriguing. If I were in the area, I’d drop in.
Great shot, probably a lot of interesting history in that place.
Is this an old abandoned WWII installation? Those places fascinate me. We have a bunch of old watchtowers and bunkers on the Delaware coast–so haunting.
Looks not very solid anymore !
Very cool looking, that pic had me staring at it for quite awhile
That is a great shot. It just ‘shouts’ history. Visiting from Wordless Wednesday at Wordless Wednesday.
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Great photo. Looking at more photos while I’m here. Found you from the WW list.
Very cool pic. Moody feeling. Happy WW!
Gee!! What neat shape the columns are.
I like the shape they make of the passageway 😉
Really cool !!
Very nice pic, and colour.
I’ve been there once. Great view of the bay and the GG bridge. You’re right, lots of photo ops there just like what you posted.
Love the photo! I hope it went well at your show! Will check out your other posts to see if you wrote a review of it.
i really love this. beautiful composition and colors.
This is perfect as a teaser for your show, and you’re right. It does seem to offer a wealth of photographic opportunities. This photo draws me right in and makes me want to go exploring with my own camera!
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