In 1930, San Franciscans put up their own properties as collateral to bridge the Golden Gate strait. Today, the world’s most spectacular bridge stands here as a testament to American exceptionalism and engineering genius.
A perfect mossy carpet snapped from a San Franciscan cable car. It’s actually a door to the subterranean cable system that operates the cable cars.
I’ve taken this walkway to Nihonmachi, many times, but I never thought concrete and steel could look so striking under the blue skies of San Francisco.