The iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco rises above the fog. The Golden Gate Bridge has an influence in directing fog as it pushes up and pours down around the Bridge. The fog hugs the ground and then the warm, moist air condenses as it moves across the bay or land.
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The 1.7-mile-long Golden Gate Bridge, an icon of the San Francisco Bay region, connects the city of San Francisco to Marin County, California. At its completion in 1937, the suspension bridge was considered an engineering marvel—the longest main suspension bridge span in the world.
Yachts are moored by the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Birds fly by Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco oblivious to the dramatic layer of fog over the ocean
The iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco rises above a layer of fog over the Pacific Ocean
More than 10 years in planning due to formidable opposition, but only four years in actual construction, the Golden Gate Bridge brought the communities of San Francisco and Marin counties closer together.
Here is a view of the bridge with traffic leaving San Francisco towards Marin County …..
The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate, the one-mile-wide strait connecting San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Opened in 1937, the single-suspension span is anchored by twin towers that reach skyward 746 feet, and was once taller than any building in San Francisco. To support the suspended roadway, two cables, each more than 7,000 feet in length and both containing 80,000 miles of wire stretch over the top of the towers and are rooted in concrete anchorages on shore.
The city of San Francisco framed by the Golden Gate Bridge