Last week, we showed you some alluring aerial footage of the Golden Gate Bridge, taken from 2,000 feet above using the awe-inspiring GoPro camera mounted on the left of a Piper Saratoga.
But that was last week.
Today, we have some equally pleasing aerial footage of San Francisco to show you, albeit filled with not-so-high-definition images shot in 1932. As you can see, many of San Francisco's landmarks are alive and well, except for one.
Sure, GoPro technology has created a whole new host of "holy shit" moments, but what you won't get from last week's video is a black-and-white history lesson on San Francisco.