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72 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday”
Beautiful photo I like the angle and colour
Have a bridgetastic WWS 😯
Someone knows a lot about photography. This is a great shot. 🙂
What a stunning photo with such pretty colours reflected on the water!
I’ve stood close to where that shot was taken. My photography is so poor compared to this. 🙂
What a beautiful photo that is.
I agree, Ann. I hope it’s warm at work today. 🙂
Gorgeous photo! I love the soft light on the water! Thanks for hosting the mid-week fun. 🙂
I love the reflections off the water too. You’re most welcome for the hosting, Cathy. 🙂
That is such a pretty photo. I love San Francisco. I like your new blog too!
I love it too. We enjoyed our last visit in October of last year. Got a couple trips planned for this year too. 🙂
That is a beautiful picture of the Bridge. I have been to San Francisco once and it was a wonderful experience!
It’s a beautiful bridge with a lot of history. We’ve gone out to sea going under this bridge in our boat. 🙂
That is such a gorgeous picture. The colors are terrific. Sandee you and Zane have one heck of a day.
Thanks, Marg. You and all your critters have a great day too. 🙂
Awesome photo ~ love the colors and the bridge! One of my favorite cities!
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
One of my favorite cities too. I’m a country girl at heart, but now and then it’s good to visit the city. 🙂
Wow. That looks so cool! I love bridges. They are poetic. The Mackinac is my favourite. Thanks, Sandee! Big hugs.
I love bridges too. Hubby and I have walked across this bridge twice. It’s a most wonderful place to visit. Hugs back, my friend. 🙂
That’s a great photo. I love how the photographer captured the lights in the picture.
Some photographers can do magic with a shot and this one did just that. 🙂
Great shot! I love the colors and reflection!
This photographer has a really great eye. 🙂
Great photo. I would love to see it in person. Have a great day!
If you ever get the chance don’t pass it up. It’s one of the most beautiful bridges around. 🙂
That is a beautiful shot.
I sure is, Pam. 🙂
Is that somebody;s heart floating in the Bay?
It could be. Anything is possible in San Francisco. 🙂
Lovely. I’m planning on visiting San Francisco soon. Do you have any suggestions? 🙂
There are so many things to see and do in San Francisco. Check the web sites for must to things. Here’s a link to some of my favorite things to do in the city. San Francisco Travel. 🙂
A beautiful bridge! Love your blog header, so cute!
Thanks, Nancy. The header changes each time you visit. I think there are six different headers. 🙂
Beautiful shot from the city in which I was born and work in. Thanks for sharing.Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a wonderful week.
There are a lot of beautiful places in the bay area. Have a great week too. 🙂
We also love the picture, Sandee, it looks kind of magically 🙂 Pawkisses for a Happy Wordless Wednesday 🙂 <3
It really is a magical photograph. I said wow when I saw it. Pawkisses back. 🙂
I have always wanted to go across that bridge – even though I am in Canada it’s not too far away from where I live! — love your new website design too!
As long as you don’t cross in commute traffic it’s not bad. The best time is at night coming from Marin. The site of the city is breathtakingly beautiful.
I love my new website design too. I should have been on WordPress years ago. 🙂
I so love the new ‘dress’ of your blog, it’s truly amazing … and the header, is so, so beautiful … thank you for hosting, Dearie!
Sending blessings across the many miles
XOXO Daniela at ~ My little old world ~ (Dany)
Thanks, Dany. I’m still working out a few bugs, but this platform beats Blogger. Blessing back, my friend. 🙂
I love this bridge! Once upon a time Russell and I actually took the ferry from Sausalito to San Francisco, wandered down to Little Italy for a delicious at Pinocchio’s (http://www.trattoriapinocchio.com/) and then we decided to walk home. Eleven miles and several hours later we got back to my cousin’s house! What a wonderful day!
Sounds like a most wonderful day. You and Russell do some amazing things. Good for you. 🙂
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I’ll be right over, Crystal. 🙂
Beautiful photo! I love San Francisco! The only better view of the bridge is sailing under it, right? 🙂
It’s a fun place to stay and play. 🙂
The colors are fantastic in this shot, we have never been there yet but one day…
They are indeed, Jimmy. 🙂
That looks very nice lit up like that.
It’s a magical city. 🙂
It is certainly beautiful!
As great as this picture is it doesn’t do it justice. 🙂
Ah it is beautiful. I’d love to visit just to see it (though there are a bazillion other things I’d like to see in Cali. too). 🙂
California is a crazy place, but there is a lot to do here. 🙂
LOVE the photo and your new layout is sooooooooo much fun! xoxo
Thank you Caren and Dakota. I love WordPress. I should have done this long ago. 🙂
Love this photo.
Have a great day!!
Me too. You have a great day too, Michelle. 🙂
It is indeed. Nice to meet you. 🙂
Hi Sandee, first off I ‘d like to say that I love your new look. It looks clean and neat and I love the different photos in your header… The Golden Gate Bridge looks like something out of a postcard. Very impressive.
Thanks, Deb. I should have been on WordPress years ago. What was I thinking?
It’s a very impressive bridge indeed. 🙂
Stunning picture of such an iconic structure. It’s 27 years since I visited San Francisco but still remember how it felt to see the Golden Gate Bridge for the first time.
Have a great day.
Seeing it from the water is even more amazing. It’s a beautiful bridge. 🙂
Love the picture Sandee!
I remember hubby and I and our two siamese coming into San Francisco on the Golden Gate bridge. We were in a 30 ft. travel trailer (our home at the time) with our one ton flat bed truck. Hubby didn’t want to go up and down the hills so we were suppose to head for Century City. I was the navigator and I was gawking around and told him to turn and we ended going up and down many streets. We ended up in downtown SF. We actually found a trailer court there! I received many dirty looks…..course I was laughing but all was forgiven when we found the trailer court by accident. I will never forget that. Thanks for stirring up the memory.
What a lovely memory. I hope it made you smile. Thanks for sharing such a fun memory. 🙂
Thanks a million and thanks for visiting and commenting. 🙂
I saw this once in my life, and I was pretty little. Maybe it is time for a little drive with the family. Plus soup, seafood and sourdough bread is kind of a plus 🙂
You can get the very best seafood in the city. The sourdough bread is the best ever. Clam chowder is heavenly. You need to see this as an adult, Jen. 🙂