After our session at the Gardens we went on to one of the focal points of the trek – the Golden Gate Bridge. For the next few hours we shot the Bridge from every accessible angle – Fort Point, Baker Beach, Vista Point and wrapping up the day at the Marin Headlands. Each point adds a different perspective on the bridge and its relationship to the city. Fort Point allowed us to get up close, see the very joints and millions of rivets of the bridge while also affording us views of windsurfers riding the waves around the gigantic steel and concrete bases of the towers. Baker Beach gave us the long shot of the bridge from the west as it was lit by the sun setting through layers of fog. Vista Point gave us the head on view of the traffic moving on the bridge between the tower structures while the Marin headlands offered a final dramatic aerial perspective (albeit with a brisk wind that made long exposures challenging).