A fog-swept rock promontory on the ocean side of the Golden Gate, overrun by feral cabbage escaped from the lighthouse-keeper's garden. Still operating as a lighthouse and historic site. The lighthouse is separated from the former site of the dwelling by a cable footbridge monitored by rangers -- only a couple of people are supposed to cross at once.
There are seals which sun themselves on the rocks on the sheltered (Golden Gate) side of Point Bonita. The remains of an old lifeboat station (rails going into the water) can be seen.
Wildflowers in season include beautiful globe thistles.
In the MarinHeadlands.
From the GGNRA site, the lighthouse framed by the bridge cables: