The fog of San Francisco is epic, a distinct character as iconic as Golden Gate Bridge. This is a visual ode to a single night of thick, flowing fog unlike anywhere else, and an undeniable reminder of the fluidity of air. Read more....
San Francisco’s year-round terror tour provides screams of fear and laughter. Care to find out what lurks within its depths? Then come along with us – if you dare! As if it’s not enough that San Francisco has the Golden Gate Bridge, the city boasts something else that Los Angeles sorely lacks: a frightening, year-round walk-through [...]
Just act natural. (via NDTV) This could've ended poorly in a lot of other American cities. If two deer had snarled traffic in Los Angeles during a Friday evening commute, they likely would've been tased and tackled by cops trying to save them from being shot and beaten by enraged commuters. Show More Summary
During Friday rush hour, a pair of deer trotted across the Golden Bate Bridge from San Francisco toward Marin. I hope they have FasTrak for the commute back. (more…)
YouTube Link On the evening of August fifth, a pair of deer found their way onto the Golden Gate Bridge and proceeded to run across. Their adventure, which started just as rush hour began, caused a huge traffic jam. The highway patrol was called at around 5:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Some tourists stick out like a sore thumb, but two deer on the Golden Gate Bridge caught people's attention because... they're deer on the Golden Gate Bridge! They trotted all the way down the bridge while bystanders just gazed in a...
Two deer managed to find their way onto the Golden Gate Bridge Friday, around the unfortunate hour of 5:30 pm. The pair held up rush-hour traffic for about thirty minutes as they made their way to safety, trit-trotting across the crowded bridge and into Marin. Read more...
photo by Alex Bowles On Friday two deer wandered on to the Golden Gate Bridge just in time for the evening commute. Traffic briefly came to a stop as commuters waited for the animals to make their way off the bridge. The duo left the bridge before police arrived, but hung around long enough for […]
Traffic came to a dead stop Friday evening on the famous Golden Gate span so two deer could high-tail it toward the hills of Marin County.
Where were they going without ever knowing the way?
A pair of deer looking to check out the tourist sights of San Francisco stopped traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge when they went for a leisurely Friday evening stroll. Heading toward Marin County, the deer just wanted to take in the beauty of the bay like any other vacationing couple. Read more...
It was rush hour on Friday in San Francisco, and traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge came to a grinding halt -- all thanks to two rather unexpected guests. According to NBC News, two deer wandered onto the Golden Gate Bridge at around 5.30 p.m. Show More Summary
On Fridays, everyone's just trying to get home and start the weekend off right. That apparently goes for deer, too, as a pair appeared on San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge on Friday evening, setting off a photo spree on Twitter andShow More Summary
A pair of deer crossed the Golden Gate Bridge Friday evening, slowing traffic behind them and becoming social media stars on Twitter and Instagram. First reported at 5:24 p.m., they quickly brought the three northbound lanes traffic to a halt behind them as they ran from San Francisco toward Marin. Show More Summary
In the summer blockbuster Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, angry chimpanzees caused a traffic jam on the Golden Gate Bridge, but on Friday evening it was two deer that made Bay Area commuters suffer a bumper-to-bumper bummer The California...Show More Summary
Great look at the deer holding up Golden Gate Bridge traffic this rush hour (via http://t.co/lyCiEytprE) pic.twitter.com/YFNTMLz6p4 — Mike Rosenberg (@RosenbergMerc) September 6, 2014 Read more...
Traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge came to a standstill during Friday rush hour because of an unlikely pair: Two deer.
Shutterstock has compiled 80 exquisite 4K resolution clips of Earth's many wonders. Shutterstock has condensed footage of Earth's many wonders, from San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge to London's Gherkin Building and from Egypt's pyramids...Show More Summary
The Board that oversees San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge has authorized the installation of a $76 million suicide prevention net. The board members hope to end the bridge’s status as the Western world’s leading suicide hotspot: Over 1,600 people have leapt to their deaths from the bridge since it was constructed in 1937. The goal […]