San Francisco’s 210-foot-tall Coit Tower rises above the surrounding trees atop Telegraph Hill.
The Chinatown Dragon’s Gate along San Francisco’s Bush Street.
The South tower of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge reaches 746 feet into the cloudless sky of the Bay Area.
Sailboats docked at a marina along San Francisco’s waterfront near Fisherman’s Wharf.
Detail of one of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge’s main suspension cables. This cable is 36.5-inches-wide (93 cm) and contains 27,572 individual wires.
A sailboat cruises San Francisco Bay as the morning sun begins to light up the city.
Six 14-ft. diameter wheels (or sheaves) that pull the cable haulage for San Francisco’s three cable car lines spin non-stop at the cable car powerhouse and museum in the historic Nob Hill neighborhood.