The historic Alcatraz Island sits in San Francisco Bay, partially shrouded by the fog.
The morning sun lights Alcatraz and San Francisco Bay, as seen from the beach at the city’s Crissy Field.
Dungeness crab fishing boats docked at a pier loaded with crab pots at Fisherman’s Wharf in the shadow of San Francisco Bay’s Alcatraz.
The bow of the World War II-era Balao-class submarine USS Pampanito, now a museum ship at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf.
A sign advertising sightseeing cruises around Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay at the Red & White Fleet dock at the city’s Fisherman’s Wharf.
Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary rises from San Francisco Bay to catch the first light of the morning sun.
Alcatraz Penitentiary’s Building 64, where fading graffiti—a relic of the nineteen-month (November 20, 1969, to June 11, 1971) occupation of the island by the Indians of All Tribes organization—welcomes modern-day visitors to the island.