Ocean Beach, San Francisco
Ocean Beach is unlike any other beach in California. San Francisco is the perfect sweater weather. It rarely gets too hot and it’s usually breezy enough for wearing layers. This makes walking along Ocean Beach a unique experience just like this foggy, overcast day. The moody sky, the crisp cool air, and the bonfire flames crackling in the distance, it’s not your average picture of sunny California.
The perfect escape from city life
Ocean Beach is a 3.5 miles of white sand stretched along the entire west coast of San Francisco, the widest and most expansive beach in the city. Seagulls fly over as the waves of the Pacific ocean flow in and out in a rhythm.It’s the perfect escape from the busyness of the city. There’s plenty of space to sit and admire the view, a must see for sunsets. The Great Highway runs along the beach joining Sutro Baths and the Cliff House from the north end to the San Francisco Zoo on the south end.
Usually you’ll catch a few surfers in the distance. If you’re a swimmer avoid getting into the water for its dangerous rip currents. The coldness of the water will numb you immediately with its cold temperatures ranging from 53-57°F year round.
The chilled weather of typical San Francisco adds to the cool tones in this Instax mini exposure of Ocean Beach.
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