The top of one of the towers and some of the cables that suspend the bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge has two towers, each 746 feet (227 meters) tall.
While crossing the bridge cars speed by on the roadway while bicyclists and other pedestrians share the sidewalk. Since the bridge is 6450 feet (1965 meters) long crossing it (even without photo stops) does take some time.
The walkway of the bridge as it veers around one of the bridge's two towers. In the background are hills on the north side of San Francisco Bay.