Lighthouse and Boats at Pier 39 @ San Francisco, California


It was a sight to see. Hundreds of boats were lined up on both the sides of pier 39. They presented an asymmetrical symmetry, if you know what I am trying to say. The colors were usually white and blue with a rare red or green here and there. I don't know whether different colors mean different companies.

Fisherman's Wharf, Boats, Pier 39. Lighthouse, San Francisco,  Pacific Ocean, California,  United States,It was a sight to see. Hundreds of boats were lined up on both the sides of pier 39. They presented an asymmetrical symmetry, if you know what I am trying to say. The colors were usually white and blue with a rare red or green here and there. I don't know whether different colors mean different companies.The boats stood in parallel rows with their sails down. A sail is used for propulsion in mostly yachts that are used for recreation. Professionally, other propulsion devices have replaced sails.Most of these boats were yachts used for fun rides around pier 39. When these are parked, the sails have to be rolled down for obvious reasons :-).Some boats were bigger and more colorful. These are probably used for cruises around Alcatraz. There was a picturesque lighthouse quietly standing at a corner. If I am not mistaken, this was near the area known as Fisherman's wharf famous for its sea food as you can probably guess.

The boats stood in parallel rows with their sails down. A sail is used for propulsion in mostly yachts that are used for recreation. Professionally, other propulsion devices have replaced sails.


Fisherman's Wharf, Boats, Pier 39. Lighthouse, San Francisco,  Pacific Ocean, California,  United States,It was a sight to see. Hundreds of boats were lined up on both the sides of pier 39. They presented an asymmetrical symmetry, if you know what I am trying to say. The colors were usually white and blue with a rare red or green here and there. I don't know whether different colors mean different companies.The boats stood in parallel rows with their sails down. A sail is used for propulsion in mostly yachts that are used for recreation. Professionally, other propulsion devices have replaced sails.Most of these boats were yachts used for fun rides around pier 39. When these are parked, the sails have to be rolled down for obvious reasons :-).Some boats were bigger and more colorful. These are probably used for cruises around Alcatraz. There was a picturesque lighthouse quietly standing at a corner. If I am not mistaken, this was near the area known as Fisherman's wharf famous for its sea food as you can probably guess.

Most of these boats were yachts used for fun rides around pier 39. When these are parked, the sails have to be rolled down for obvious reasons :-).

Fisherman's Wharf, Boats, Pier 39. Lighthouse, San Francisco,  Pacific Ocean, California,  United States,It was a sight to see. Hundreds of boats were lined up on both the sides of pier 39. They presented an asymmetrical symmetry, if you know what I am trying to say. The colors were usually white and blue with a rare red or green here and there. I don't know whether different colors mean different companies.The boats stood in parallel rows with their sails down. A sail is used for propulsion in mostly yachts that are used for recreation. Professionally, other propulsion devices have replaced sails.Most of these boats were yachts used for fun rides around pier 39. When these are parked, the sails have to be rolled down for obvious reasons :-).Some boats were bigger and more colorful. These are probably used for cruises around Alcatraz. There was a picturesque lighthouse quietly standing at a corner. If I am not mistaken, this was near the area known as Fisherman's wharf famous for its sea food as you can probably guess.S

Some boats were bigger and more colorful. These are probably used for cruises around Alcatraz. 


Fisherman's Wharf, Boats, Pier 39. Lighthouse, San Francisco,  Pacific Ocean, California,  United States,It was a sight to see. Hundreds of boats were lined up on both the sides of pier 39. They presented an asymmetrical symmetry, if you know what I am trying to say. The colors were usually white and blue with a rare red or green here and there. I don't know whether different colors mean different companies.The boats stood in parallel rows with their sails down. A sail is used for propulsion in mostly yachts that are used for recreation. Professionally, other propulsion devices have replaced sails.Most of these boats were yachts used for fun rides around pier 39. When these are parked, the sails have to be rolled down for obvious reasons :-).Some boats were bigger and more colorful. These are probably used for cruises around Alcatraz. There was a picturesque lighthouse quietly standing at a corner. If I am not mistaken, this was near the area known as Fisherman's wharf famous for its sea food as you can probably guess.

There was a picturesque lighthouse quietly standing at a corner. If I am not mistaken, this was near the area known as Fisherman's wharf famous for its sea food as you can probably guess.

Fisherman's Wharf, Boats, Pier 39. Lighthouse, San Francisco,  Pacific Ocean, California,  United States,It was a sight to see. Hundreds of boats were lined up on both the sides of pier 39. They presented an asymmetrical symmetry, if you know what I am trying to say. The colors were usually white and blue with a rare red or green here and there. I don't know whether different colors mean different companies.The boats stood in parallel rows with their sails down. A sail is used for propulsion in mostly yachts that are used for recreation. Professionally, other propulsion devices have replaced sails.Most of these boats were yachts used for fun rides around pier 39. When these are parked, the sails have to be rolled down for obvious reasons :-).Some boats were bigger and more colorful. These are probably used for cruises around Alcatraz. There was a picturesque lighthouse quietly standing at a corner. If I am not mistaken, this was near the area known as Fisherman's wharf famous for its sea food as you can probably guess.

A panoramic view of the light house against the hills and the vibrant sky during the dusk (Around 9:15 PM). 

1 comment:

Tanmay said...

Nice colors... Of both the boats and the skies. Where are the sea gulls?

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