|This is a view from Billy Goat Hill Park. The picture is looking east; Bernal Heights Park is straight ahead.|
|The distance traveled was approximately 4.6 miles (7.4 kilometers). Mile markers are displayed on the GPS-generated track. The cumulative elevation gain was about 653 feet (199 meters).|
|A view from the campus of City College of San Francisco. |
Here is another view from the campus of City College of San Francisco. Straight ahead on the left is Mount Davidson; at 928 feet (283 meters), Mount Davidson is the tallest natural point in San Francisco. If you look closely, you can see the very top of the concrete cross, which is located on the summit of Mount Davidson. The view is looking north.
|Heading down Mangels Avenue. On the right side of the photo is part of John McLaren Park, the second-largest park in San Francisco. Golden Gate Park is the largest park. The view is looking east.|
|Shanghai Dumpling King is situated on Monterey Boulevard. The view is looking north.|
|This house is located at 38 Lippard Avenue. The view is looking west.|
|This house is located at 508 Congo Street. The view is looking east.|
|There are still a few dirt roads in San Francisco; this is one of them. Ohlone Way is located between Surrey Street and Sussex Street. The view is looking north.|
|A view from Billy Goat Hill. Straight ahead is Potrero Hill. The summit of Mount Diablo is visible on the right at approximately 40 miles in the distance and at an elevation of 3,849 feet (1,173 meters). The view is looking east.|
|Here is a six-image panoramic photo taken from Billy Goat Hill. Downtown San Francisco is straight ahead. The view is looking northeast.|
|In Billy Goat Hill Park.|
|This is St. Paul's Catholic Church. The building was constructed in 1897; it is located on Valley Street in the Mission District.|
A Panasonic GX7 camera body mounted with an Olympus 17mm lens was used to take these photographs.
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