I saw this for sale at the De Young Museum for $35. I wanted to buy it, but Jadyne knew that I would break it, so...
In mid-January the sun sets directly behind the bridge.
Looking East from the Marin Headlands. From a scanned 35mm transparency.
From Fort Baker, Marin County
From a scanned 35 mm b & w negative. My brother proposed to my sister-in-law more than fifty years ago from Lookout Point, this popular Marin County viewpoint. When we were photographing proms, we heard the story of two couples who rented a truck, drove here, opened the back and had an elegant table set up with Chinese takeout.
B & W from the Marin Headlands.
In 2014 the bridge was closed so that a movable zippered lane divider could be installed. Along a pedestrian path from Fort Baker to the North side of the bridge.
The Albany Bulb housed an artist encampment. Someone recreated his version of the bridge on the rock. The real thing stands at the top.
Fort Point in the foreground.
From the Marin Headlands
As the new zippered lane dividers were installed the bridge was closed to all traffic.