The Golden Gate Bridge as seen from the ferry during our trip to Sausalito. San Francisco is on the left, and the Marin Headlands are on the right. Eleven men died during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge.
A view of the southwestern portion of Angel Island. The building seen at sea level is a remnant of Camp Reynolds. In 1863 the federal government established the Camp Reynolds military base because of government concerns about threats to the Bay Area from Confederate sympathizers.
Mount Tamalpais is straight ahead; it is 2,572 feet tall. The mountain was enveloped by fog when this picture was taken.
Vina del Mar Park is located adjacent to the Sausalito ferry terminal.
A mother and child are cycling north on 2nd Street in Sausalito.
Sausalito, as seen from South Street.
These houses in Sausalito are contiguous with Richardson Bay.
This is the North Tower of the Golden Gate Bridge. The height of the bridge's towers is 746 feet above the water, and the Golden Gate Bridge's clearance above high water averages 220 feet. Each tower has approximately 600,000 rivets. The view is looking south.
A view from the Golden Gate Bridge. Ahead are Angel Island, the Tiburon Peninsula, and Battery Yates. On the right, in the distance, are the cities of Berkeley, Kensington, Richmond, and Albany, which are located on or near the Berkeley Hills.