San Francisco: the City by the bay at night

We have been busy preparing for an upcoming trip and neglected the blog for a few days, but I wanted to post something else about our city.

The one thing I really dislike about San Francisco is the traffic. It’s dense, aggressive and plenty rude. But then, since I chose to work nights, I get to enjoy it a lot more. I took these pictures at work with my phone, which explains the poor quality of some shots. But if you can get past that you might enjoy some of what I see every night.

A cruise ship docked at the next pier looks like a space ship
A cruise ship docked at the next pier looks like a space ship
The Embarcadero in the fog
The Embarcadero in the fog

Now, the photo below shows Forbes Island with its mock-lighthouse (center left) and the silhouette of the WWII ship Jeremiah O’Brien in the distance on the right. Forbes Island is a restaurant, built by Forbes Kiddoo in Sausalito, which can only be accessed by boat.

Forbes and O'Brien
Forbes and O’Brien

Looking towards the new Bay bridge from the marina

Looking towards the  Bay bridge from the marina
Fisherman's Wharf after dark
Fisherman’s Wharf after dark

This next and last shot is disappointingly blurry but it has elements to it that I really liked, so there it is:

Skyline on a stormy night
Skyline on a stormy night


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3 Replies to “San Francisco: the City by the bay at night”

    1. We’ll be ready when you do! There’s a new storm system moving in, and we’re hoping for some interesting shots…

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