One of the delights in living in one of the most beautiful places on earth is seeing the San Francisco Bay Area from the sky. Each air trip is unique because of the season, time of day, cloud cover, and different flight paths. In November 2011, the last time I flew to Portland, Oregon, I saw Mount Shasta covered in snow, with no clouds. Today, our flight went straight up the east side of San Francisco Bay from San Jose – allowing pictures of the entire peninsula, the city itself, and even the tiny Farallon Islands to the far west of the Golden Gate. Each of the five big bridges was visible as we flew by. It was a little misty but still wonderful.
Images Copyright 2013 by Katy Dickinson