Good pictures from the one day with decent weather in a while.
First up is a wide shot from the northwest corner of the site. Mission Peak is the mountain on the left covered in shadow.
Then we have a closeup that's more representative of how close and tall the mountains are to human eyes.
This next photo was taken from the southeast corner of the site away towards the mountain range. The fence in the foreground represents the boundary between the buildable land and the protected marsh.
Here's a view of the fence running the opposite direction towards the west/Bay.
The protected area, with the causeway that runs over the land, allowing for uninterrupted tidal flow.
This picture was taken on the causeway section of Cushing Parkway, looking northwest on the way to Pacific Commons. The road is four lanes wide with ample space for bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides. Parking is not allowed anywhere on Cushing Parkway. South of the causeway, it becomes a six-lane road. The road conveniently terminates at its south end at an intersection with Fremont Boulevard, where Cushing Parkway becomes an on-ramp for I-880 South. Northbound drivers can make a left at the intersection and drive an extra 1/4 mile before reaching the on-ramp for I-880 North.
The ecosystem in the area continues to thrive despite encroaching development. The last shot I got was the next one. If you can guess what that is in the middle of the picture, you may be able to pick up on the irony of it.