On a rare warm weekend day, people from all over the Northern Peninsula convene at the beach. Dogs and their walkers, fishermen, women and children, surfers, boarders, and hang gliders all revel in the coastal life for a day.
These mossy growths inhabit the vertical cement walls of the Battery Davis at Ft. Funston. Not really sure what they are, lichen, moss, I don’t know! Do any of you? Thought they brought a pleasing composition and color mix to the walls of this former gun site.
Maxie Lu takes in a new exhibit at the Ft. Funston gallery. See my previous post http://wp.me/p42a4Y-v from this location to view what was on the wall before it was unceremoniously painted over. Revisited by, possibly the artist whose fine work was made to vanish, a new exhibit is up. Maxie’s pose suggests a sense of loss of the previous artwork, well, to me anyway.
Known for a reliable updraft, Ft. Funston hosts some of the worlds top hang gliders. Click through on the link embedded in this image to view the flyfunston link and check out things at Funston from the gliders point of view.