The facade of San Francisco’s Argonaut Hotel.
A historic streetcar on San Francisco’s F Market & Wharves rail line, as seen in the Fisherman’s Wharf area.
Exterior detail of San Francisco’s Washington/Mason cable car barn and powerhouse, this building is now the Cable Car Museum and powerhouse for the city’s cable car system.
Visitors to Death Valley National Park’s Badwater Basin—the lowest point in North America (282 ft or 86 m below sea level)—are dwarfed by the rocky face of an adjacent mountain.
The rugged landscape of California’s Death Valley National Park’s “Devil’s Golf Course“; a large salt pan covered in large halite salt crystals deposited upon the evaporation of the prehistoric Lake Manly.
Weathered brush bakes under the desert sun at Death Valley, California.
Mountains rise from the floor of the desert at Death Valley National Park, California.
Mountains frame the desert landscape of Death Valley National Park, California.