Directly under the south anchorage of the Golden Gate Bridge stands the Fort Point Light, a lighthouse built on top of the wall of Fort Point.  It is the third lighthouse built at the fort, and at a spot more than 100 feet above sea level, it can be seen by sailors along the entire horizon.        

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Fellow photobloggers like Pursuit of Life and Naturetastic have shared some amazing shots of Fort Point.  Be sure to check them out!  I also wish I’d come across California Photo Scout’s post on How to Photograph Fort Point before I visited.  Darn it!

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  1. What a great shot, wonderful perspective!

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  2. Excellent composition in this one 🙂

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