Trail descending hilly terrain below several artillery tunnels at the southern end of the Marin Headlands in Golden Gate National Recreation Area north of San Francisco, California. The Pacific lies to the west, shrouded in a low coastal marine layer, w/ Point Bonita being the strip of land jutting into the ocean.
Two bunker tunnels in the Marin Headlands of Golden Gate National Recreation Area north of San Franci...
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California is one of the most beautiful, and most photograph...
High above the entrance to the San Francisco Bay, Hawk Point showcases the Marin Headlands to the nor...
Overlooking the Headlands (Golden Gate National Recreation Area) near Sausalito CA.
The Golden Gate bridge was built in the late 1930s and symbolizes the free spirit of the state. Head ...
Above the bunker at the Golden gate Bridge.
The famous Golden Gate Bridge at sunset.
View of the Golden Gate Bridge about an hour before sunset from a vista point on the Marin Headlands ...
View of the Golden Gate Bridge from Hendrik Point just before sunset.
Golden Gate Bridge from Hendrik point
The Bay Area is renowned for its natural beauty, affluence, diversity, and progressive thinking new age reputation. Lots of ammenities, tours and hotels can be found all around the area.
San Francisco is the cultural and financial center of the Bay Area, and has the second highest population density of any major city in North America after New York City. It is also a major tourist destination, and transport and accommodation is plentiful, ranging from luxury hotels to cheap accommodation.
San Jose is the largest city in terms of population, land area, and industrial development, and is the center of Silicon Valley, a well-known high technology region. Oakland is a major manufacturing and distribution center, rail terminus/hub, and has the fourth largest container shipping port in the United States.
Largely because of San Francisco and Silicon Valley, the Bay Area presently ranks second only to the much larger New York City region in number of Fortune 500 company headquarters (April 2010 Fortune Magazine).