Thank you Dear
It is wonderful Picture
Are you profetional Photographer
Hope thati can be there
my only brother living in LA
I did not see him more than 22 years
Who made border
who defin the law
the Lord made Earth without any border line
at 2007 we live like premitiv Grand Grand ............................grang father in the cave
who are the Boush who are belair and who are Ahmadunegad
All of then are belong to former century
like HETLER,ESALOIN and many shett like them
I am free 58 years old man who live in pool of dert
For clarity and accuracy: The big red bridge is the Golden Gate Bridge. The Golden Gate is the gap beteen the two headlands.
not quite sure what you mean rcornfor, did anyone suggest it was not the Golden Gate Bridge? ;-)
Hi Julia, I love your photo and I have been to the location from which you took it many times and have taken similar photos. My point is that the bridge in the photo is not the Golden Gate, as implied by your title. The Golden Gate is actually the gap between the headlands. It was named by the Spaniards long before the Golden Gate Bridge was built in the 1930s. The bridge is called The Golden Gate Bridge. I am not really trying to be argumentative, just accurate, as this is a very common error. :-)
aaah, that's what you meant, I guess I was just to lazy to spell it out as I was certain anyone would recognize this bridge ;-)
Der Klassiker! sehr schön! :))
HI JULIA, ES UNA FOTO MUY LINDA,BELLA AND I KNOW IT IS THE BRIDGE.THANKS FOR SHARING
Ahh, so the photo is of the Golden Gate. And look, there is that famous bridge across it.
Beautiful photo. was that taken at China Beach?
Thanks Keith :-)
No, I took it at Lands End a littler further west from China Beach
Yes, there is an look out observation deck near 32nd Avenue and El Camino Del Mar Drive. There is a path from East side of 17th hole putting green (Lincoln Park Golf Course) Everytime I visit San Francisco, I drive along this route from the Lincoln Park, through Presidio National Park, to the Golden Gate Bridge. Aerial View of San Francisco Hey, I did not now "Golden Gate" meant the gap between two headlands!
Here is a URL to National Park Service, look under "Lands End"
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Photo taken in Lands End, San Francisco, CA 94121, USA