Seven Views of the Golden Gate Bridge … Four of Twin Peaks

GGB & Lighthouse at MarinaTwin Peaks & Houses from AP Park

I’ve known the city of San Francisco for so long – from a childhood summer in Berkeley, from living in the city and/or staying for long period quite often in recent decades – that I tend to assume everyone is aware that it’s surrounded by water on three sides; that it’s full of hills which give beautiful views of its other hills, of the bay and the ocean that surround it, or of lovely San Bruno Mountain which draws up its southern border…that it’s full of beautiful Victorian houses nicely maintained and painted for the most part…that it is chock-a-block with parks at the tops of many those hills, giving thus even better views with greenery and flowers in the foreground, hills and Victorians n the background. But I realize, when I return to work and my international team of folks from Haiti and around the world, that my little corner of the world is one to which most people actually have not yet been. And so herewith some photos from lovely sunny days where I enjoyed the freedom to stroll at will and to pull out my camera any moment I felt like it. They’re all named in a way that intends to inform you of what you’re seeing. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed those strolls :-).

City Pano South from Alta Plaza GGB & Boats PacHts north View w trellisGGB Marina Angel Pano

Marina GGB PanoPacHts North View wShipPacHts north View w Angel Island

4 responses

  1. Beautiful Pictures!! Love San Francisco!! We live in Napa and try to visit the city as often as possible!
    Feel free to check out our wine country blog at and follow us if you like what you see.

    August 28, 2016 at 21:41

  2. Stephen Brockmann

    Hi Paul, yes, it’s really a lovely city, isn’t it? And to think that I had the pleasure of experience it for the very first time with you all those many years ago! Hope you’ll be able to get back to that great city in the not too distant future!

    August 28, 2016 at 21:59

  3. Great photos, Paul. One of the most beautiful cities on the planet. Thanks for sharing your walking tour(s). Makes me a little bit homesick, even though I lived there only the three weeks last January/February.

    August 29, 2016 at 02:01

  4. Steve Dickman

    Beautiful photos! So glad you got to enjoy SF this summer!

    August 29, 2016 at 12:31

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