A San Francisco Sunset at Sutro Baths

After taking in sunrise at the Golden Gate Bridge, the next thing to do with our days in San Francisco was a little sunset action at Sutro Baths. The baths are actually the ruins from a large swimming pool that was built in 1896. At the time, it was the world's largest indoor swimming pool, but now it's just a bunch of rocks and pools of water that make for a beautiful sunset when the light is reflecting! 

We explored the baths and the surrounding beach with our new friends Jonathan Martin, Brian Cason, Luke Seiderman, Steve Carter, and Cory Maryott! Here are some of Jonathan's photos too :)

 Photo by: Jonathan Martin

Photo by: Jonathan Martin

 photo by: Jonathan Martin

photo by: Jonathan Martin

 Photo by: Jonathan Martin

Photo by: Jonathan Martin

 Photo by: Jonathan Martin

Photo by: Jonathan Martin

This is the most beautiful look out point, there's something so romantic about nature's soothing waves contrasting with the concrete and graffiti of human interference. Sutro Baths is definitely an item for your SF bucket list! 

 Photo by: Jonathan Martin

Photo by: Jonathan Martin

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