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The rolling topography of San Francisco competes with its skyline of skyscrapers and bridges to create interesting vistas. This view from Bernal Heights compresses parts of the Mission District, the Castro, Haight and Pacific Heights neighborhoods along with the Marin Headlands. Between the city and the headlands rise the 746 feet tall towers of the Golden Gate Bridge separated by 4200 feet of water.

At the bottom left is St. James Catholic church at Guerrero and 23rd. The large concrete buildings in the center of the view is the California Pacific Medical Center. To the left of that homes rise up Buena Vista Park while the taller apartment building to the right of the north tower is along the crest of a hill along Clay St.

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Additional Photos by Paul Mastrogiacomo (pamastro) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2679 W: 164 N: 2696] (7296)
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