Photojojo Photo Safari – Urban Ruins on Treasure Island

Photojojo Photo Safari - Urban Ruins of Treasure Island

Join us for a photo tour of the fabulous ruins of Treasure Island, this Saturday, November 22nd.

A man-made island originally built to host a 1939 World’s Fair, Treasure Island was once home to fantastic (but ephemeral) architecture, gala displays, and the (in)famous Gayway — a bawdy playland for World’s Fair visitors. Treasure Island was also intended to serve as an airport. With the outbreak of World War II, the US Navy took over the island, and it remained in Navy hands until the base was closed in 1994. Elements of all this history survive to this day, but Treasure Island’s abandoned state also makes the island feel spooky — like a post-Apocalyptic ghost town floating in the middle of San Francisco Bay.

WHERE TO MEET ================
We’ll meet near the Transbay Terminal in San Francisco at 1:00pm, specifically at the corner of 1st and Howard. (We’ll take the bus over together.)

Parking is available nearby if you want to drive instead. Map:

For those who aren’t able to meet us in San Francisco, you can meet up with us on Treasure Island at 2:00pm, in the parking lot near the the old Guard Shack (1st St and Palm Ave on Treasure Island). Map:

AFTER SAFARI ==================
After this Photojojo Safari, we will travel back to the city and meet at Pete’s Tavern at 5:30pm, where we will share photos, drinks and stories. We’ll also be giving away some prizes from our sponsor Adobe!

Bring your cameras and some friends and we’ll see you on Saturday!

More information:

(Photo credit: Telstar Logistics)


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