Well we have already learned that trying to take pictures of San Francisco at night from a car moving 80 miles per hour when you are the person who is both taking the photos and driving the car, does not lend itself to a good final product.
It turns out that the same is true even when you are much closer to the city, driving on the Oakland Bay Bridge. And the glare from the lights on the bridge didn’t help any either.
They just sort of wash out some already bad photos.
And even when you manage to take a picture between the bright overhead lights, you might end up getting more road and safety wall than city, because it is hard to aim… or zoom in… when you are just holding the camera in one hand, at arms length, pointing it at the open window, and trying not smash into other cars.
All that being said, I still sort of like these pictures. I give that one a bunch of check marks.