Treasure Island from above
Treasure Island is a man-made island in the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s connected to the Bay Bridge via Yerba Buena island and is 5,520 feet long by 3,410 feet wide. Built in 1936-1937 for the Golden Gate International Exposition in 1939, the island’s World Fair site is a California historical landmark.
Here’s an aerial view of Treasure Island from above from Google maps:
San Francisco skyline from Treasure Island
From the marina of Treasure Island you can take in an incredible view of the San Francisco skyline. It’s an amazing sight to see day or night. These photos were taken during and just after sunset.
San Francisco skyline in Polaroids
Here are more shots of the San Francisco skyline from Treasure Island. These are shot with a Polaroid SLR 680 camera on 600 series color film with mint frames.
San Francisco skyline from Treasure Island at night
Here’s a couple of shots of the San Francisco skyline from Treasure Island taken over 6 years ago. If you compare the two above, you can see the addition of new skyscrapers including the Salesforce Tower and 181 Fremont.
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