"An extraordinary book." To celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Lincoln Hills Photography Group was challenged to photograph different views of the Golden Gate Bridge. During the Impressionist period, well-known Japanese artist, Katsushika Hokusai, created a series of woodblock prints called "36 Views of Mt. Fuji". The Parisian artist, Henri Rivière, liked the idea so much that he copied it with "36 Views of the Eiffel Tower". So, why not another world famous icon, 36 VIEWS OF THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, created by modern day printers, photographers. The idea is 36 different views, like the old masters prints, and maybe some traditional views.