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© Devin Hayes
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UploadedAugust 3, 2009
TakenAugust 1, 2009
Exposure1/160 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length55 mm
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From 1907-1917 the building in the background was touted as the "Worlds Largest Winery". It was shut down during the prohibition and all of the wine bottles were hurled into the bay. The beaches surrounding Winehaven, or Point Molate, are heavily sprinkled with 100 year old sea glass. In 1941, the navy bought the building and used it as a fuel depot until it closed in 1995.

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  • Robert Carey

    Robert Carey gave props (2 Aug 2009):

    Saweeet! Great shot.

  • peggy gardner

    peggy gardner gave props (3 Aug 2009):

    I adore TTL

  • Scott Spychalski

    Scott Spychalski said (3 Aug 2009):

    Cool shot!

  • Anna C Husted

    Anna C Husted gave props (3 Aug 2009):

    good story to tell and great photo

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (3 Aug 2009):

    Where is this Devin? It's very cool.

  • Devin Hayes

    Devin Hayes said (3 Aug 2009):

    It's Point Molate in Richmond. Right off the Richmond bridge. Lots of neat stuff around there.

  • Gary Joseph Cohen כוהן

    Gary Joseph Cohen כוהן (Deleted) gave props (20 Jan 2010):

    These are like stills from a super-8. Really penetrating work.

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