My entry for this week comes from Marin Headlands. Here’s a short text from Marin Headlands website:
Welcome to the Marin Headlands! One of the most unique parks in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the Marin Headlands covers various types of histories from the Miwok Indians to the Military, including historic Fort Barry and Fort Cronkhite, the NIKE Missile site and the 150 year-old Point Bonita lighthouse. Other attractions include vast hiking trails, dog friendly Rodeo Beach, and astonishing views of the coast and the city. The explosion of wildflowers in the spring and raptor migration in the fall fill the headlands with year round excitement.
The Marin Headlands is an example of one of the last open spaces still available in the Bay Area for visitors to enjoy.
I am guessing that the red roofs were once military barracks.
WATERY WEDNESDAY page features more water images, go and visit.