Land's End is the southern point where San Francisco Bay empties into the Pacific Ocean. During many walks in that area I have hiked all the distance between there and the Golden Gate Bridge. This blog - plus the accompanying photos - is a collage of those sights and experiences.
In the area of those ruins are rocky outcrops which are very popular with avid fishermen casting their lines. Some of these people were standing on what looked like very precarious places - you wouldn't catch me imitating them!
Eagle Rock which is just east of 'Land's End'
The walk from the Cliff House cafe to Golden Gate is too far to be covered in one day so, these photos were taken over a period of at least five years. The above two photos were shot in the winter while many of the others were taken on sunny summer days.
When I took this photo, I had no idea as to the name of the plant. A friend who lives in San Francisco - and who loves hiking - has informed me that these are ice plants and, a little later than when I was there, the entire area would have been a mass of blooms.