Artist Leo Villareal’s monumental light installation, The Bay Lights, has now been up since March of 2013. The incredible light project spans 1.8 miles wide and 500 feet high, making it the world’s largest LED light sculpture. While many people have taken photos of it, one photographer, named David Yu, has repeatedly visited the installation to capture the dazzling display at different times of the day and from varying viewpoints.
One of his most spectacular shots (above) was taken on November 30, 2013, at Twin Peaks, in the very early hours of the morning (5:30am). While you may have seen lots of low fog shots of the famous Golden Gate Bridge, it’s more rare to capture the Bay Bridge beautifully blanketed in fog like this.
Source: My Modern Met.
Photos by David Yu.