San Francisco Ship Spotting – Afternoon into Evening

Continued from the previous post.

The new cruise ship terminal at Pier 27:

Pier 27 cruise terminal

It wasn’t open open when I visited the city last year.

Upper floor of the Aquatic Park Bathhouse:

Aquatic Park Bathhouse

Work still being done.

Due to lack of time, I didn’t get to spend time on board Balclutha (sad 😦 ). Still, at least I got a glimpse of the ships at Hyde Street Pier.

Eppie!

Eppleton Hall

YM Modesty:

YM Modesty

YM Unison:

YM Unison

My first decent cormorant shot! Double-crested cormorant (Phalacrocorax azurites):

Double-crested cormorant

Interesting blue-green eyes.

View across the water to Sausalito:

toward Sausalito

Hornblower’s San Francisco Belle:

San Francisco Belle

A bunch of pelicans on the wing:

pelicans on the wing

Veteran at Pier 17:

Veteran

From what I gather, this tug was formerly Delta Audrey (seen last year).

Part of the Exploratorium, a container set up to produce sound, a work entitled Bosun’s Bass:

container bosun whistle

signage

(Unfortunately it wasn’t working at the time.)

People out for an evening stroll along Pier 7:

Pier 7

Black-crowned night heron:

black crowned night heron

Inside the Ferry Building:

Ferry Building interior

Ferry Building with lights, looking back on the way to catch the bus:

Ferry Building lit up

A long, but good, day.

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