Golden Gate and razor wire
I'm always trying to find unique ways to take photos of things people are used to seeing. This task is especially difficult with something as famous as the Golden Gate bridge. When I went last year there was some fog rolling in so I decided to focus on the details that were closer to me (and out of the fog).
I noticed that North end of the bridge they have high fences and a good deal of razor wire to prevent people from getting on the cables and climbing up the bridge. By including them in the photo the golden gate takes on a different look, as if it's a prison or something. The fact that the main tower is shrouded by fog adds to the mystery and harshness of the image.
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Canon 20D, 24-85mm 3.5-4.5, AV f 8.0