These Pictures Of San Francisco, Colorado, And Alaska Are New Even For Americans

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These Pictures Of San Francisco, Colorado, And Alaska Are New Even For Americans
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Have you seen the works of Toby Harriman? If not, you're in for a treat as we'll share to you some of his most impressive photos of San Francisco, Alaska, and Colorado. Initially, he had a career as a designer, but he soon realised that he loved photography

Now, he's always on the lookout for the next great shot. He's been in helicopters, and he has spent so many nights out in the cold for the sake of capturing a fantastic view. Some of his works show the wonders of nature while others boast of the urban jungles in the United States. All in all, Toby Harriman wants people to show reality through his marvellous photographs. Read on!

1. Golden Gate Bridge

1. Golden Gate Bridge

We often see the Golden Gate Bridge in movies and television series, but this is definitely an unusual shot of the iconic structure.

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2. Hustle and bustle of San Francisco

2. Hustle and bustle of San Francisco
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The city of San Francisco is known for its incredible fog but this picture was taken with a clear view. Isn't it mind-blowing?

3. Beautiful Alaska

3. Beautiful Alaska
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Usually, people think of Alaska as a cold place, but Toby Harriman proves that it's also an ideal summer paradise.

4. Cold And Majestic

4. Cold And Majestic
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Toby Harriman knows that changing the color of this image would enhance the grand yet terrifying atmosphere of this view.

5. Glaciers In Alaska

5. Glaciers In Alaska
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With remarkable shots like this, it's no wonder that Toby Harriman has had his works published in the Digital Photo Magazine UK, Plus One Magazine, and in Practical Photography Magazine.

6. Light Pollution

6. Light Pollution
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This is an evidence of light pollution that has characterised the city of San Francisco.

7. Morning fog

7. Morning fog
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This is perhaps Toby Harriman's most beautiful shot. Just looking at the metal structure makes one realise that it's the Golden Gate Bridge. It's subtle and effective.

8. A wide view

8. A wide view
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Toby Harriman is inspired to do his work because of all the attention he is getting online and offline. He has been interviewed numerous times to talk about his photography skills.

9. Colorado's autumn season

9. Colorado's autumn season
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I love how Harriman is able to combine both the cold mountains and the bright, refreshing colors of the trees below.

10. Modern skyscrapers

10. Modern skyscrapers
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San Francisco is a densely populated city. In fact, it's the 13th biggest city in the United States if we're talking about population alone.

11. Nature in Colorado

11. Nature in Colorado
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Wouldn't it be nice to be able to drive down that road while enjoying the view with all those tall and colorful trees?

12. Mysterious and cloudy

12. Mysterious and cloudy
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It's not just another photo of a mountain, as Harriman gave an emphasis to the clouds surrounding the grand landscape.

13. The Maroon Bells in Colorado

13. The Maroon Bells in Colorado
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This is a favorite photography spot. It shows the stunning peaks of the Maroon Bells located in the Elk Mountains in Colorado.

14. Passing by the bridge

14. Passing by the bridge
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Toby Harriman never actually imagined that he would be able to work in San Francisco since he grew up in Colorado.

15. Alaskan beauty

15. Alaskan beauty
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If you want a place in the United States that offers the best natural spots for relaxation, you should definitely go to Alaska.

16. Sunset in San Francisco

16. Sunset in San Francisco
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Enjoying the morning view of the San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge is fantastic, but the sunset can also be magical.

17. Colorado's scenic views

17. Colorado's scenic views
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Not only is Colorado home to snowy mountains, but it also has a desert and some river canyons for tourists to enjoy seeing.

18. Organized city

18. Organized city
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San Francisco might be a crowded place, but that doesn't mean it's chaotic. San Francisco has been planned masterfully to look orderly.

19. City lights

19. City lights
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Toby Harriman paid great attention to the concentration of vehicles in the middle. Likewise, the bleak buildings at the side provided a great contrast to the centre.

20. Pollution at night

20. Pollution at night
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San Francisco does have a lot to offer to every citizen at night, but it's also prone to noise and light pollution.

Overall, Toby Harriman has delivered fantastic and unique views of San Francisco, Colorado, and Alaska.

Did you like Toby Harriman's photography?