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Los Angeles Promenade

Published almost 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

A perfect example of the June Gloom, when the marine layer comes in from the Pacific Ocean and engulfs downtown Los Angeles. This outdoor promenade is the location for many performances throughout the year.

Fort Point's Central Yard

Published almost 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

This pano was shot from the center of the main yard in the middle of Fort Point. You can see the Golden Gate Bridge above, an old lighthouse, and several old canons.

Atop the East Tower of Fort Point

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

One of the things I find of interest about this pano is that you can see two distinct colors of water in the bay: one is markedly br<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/atop-the-east-tower-of-fort-point">...(more)</a>

The North and East Corridors in Fort Point

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

I shot this pano from the third floor of the northeast corner of the fort. Hopefully I learned a lesson I will never forget: no matte<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/the-north-corridor-in-fort-point">...(more)</a>

The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco's Marina District

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

The Palace of Fine Arts was built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition held here in San Francisco. It’s t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/the-palace-of-fine-arts-in-san-francisco-s-marina-district">...(more)</a>

Atop Mount Tamalpais

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

The fog crept over the Pacific Ocean up to the shoreline yet remained below the west peak of Mount Tamalpais when I shot this pano. In this pano <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/atop-mount-tamalpais">...(more)</a>

Bluff Cove

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

When I lived in Manhattan Beach, Bluff Cove was always one of my favorite places to shoot both panoramas and time lapse movies. The cove was also frequente<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bluff-cove">...(more)</a>

Frederick Henry Bay

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

We followed a short dirt road from the subdivision into a park area. It ended at the edge of this cliff where I shot the pano of Frederick Henry Bay

Wells Fargo Promenade

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

This pano shows the Wells Fargo Promenade in the "June Gloom," when the marine layer besieges the city of Los Angeles. It's also referred to as the May Gray during that month.

Lenox Park Clock Tower

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

This was among the very first panos I ever shot. Since I wasn't using a fisheye lens and had no idea what I was really doing at the time, getti<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/lenox-park-clock-tower">...(more)</a>

Bluff Cove

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

One of the local's favorite surfing locations, Bluff Cove is particularly active in the winter. I frequently would shoot time lapse movies from the top of the bluffs.

Sunrise on the Manhattan Beach Pier

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

Standing in the center of the Manhattan Beach Pier, the sun rises above the horizon of beach houses.

Cavallo Point, Fort Baker

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

Atop Cavallo Point, near old fortifications, this pano features a stunning view of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Marin Headlands, San Francisco Bay, Tiburon, Angel Island, and, in the distance, the city of San Francisco.

Hawk Hill, Marin Headlands, San Francisco Bay

Published about 2 years ago by Tim Tyson

High above the entrance to the San Francisco Bay, Hawk Point showcases the Marin Headlands to the north, the Golden Gate Bridge to the south east, and the Pacific Ocean by Point Bonita to the west.

Cadillac Mountain

Published over 5 years ago by Tim Tyson

Georgia Drought

Published over 5 years ago by Tim Tyson

Schoodic Point

Published over 5 years ago by Tim Tyson

Pfeiffer Beach

Published over 5 years ago by Tim Tyson