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San Francisco: need to identify this location on the Marin Headlands

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Im wanting to know where on the Marin Headlands does most everyone go to, to snap that iconic photo shot that shows the Golden Gate Bridge in the immediate foreground, the San Francisco skyline in the background, and Ocean Beach/Pacific Coastline in the distance to the immediate west. Ive seen many pictures of it online..it has a wooden bench to sit down at, there is a small wired fence in front of that wooden bench, and the area isnt paved under the bench..instead just dirt. any idea what im talking about? what is this spot called and how would I specifically access it? by walking? how far can Muni get me to that spot? is it available at all times day or night? ive read that the area closes at dusk,..but in constrast to that, ive seen plenty of night photos of that area being taken..how is that possible??

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