These photos, from that vantage, show the view and the offending wire.
The coast at this point is very photogenic, as many photographs attest, including these four.
This map shows the Bay. The arrow indicates the position of camera for the shots out across it.
However, this post is not really about that scenic wonderland. It's about learning to appreciate the "interference" of power lines, phone poles, TV antennas, and the like. These things, I've come to learn, have their own aesthetic appeal.
This is from a set called Today's Japan by Osamu Kanemura.
This is from a set on flickr by konishiroku_.
This is Army Street, San Francisco, in 1947.
This is 'Wires at dawn' from a set on flickr by PetterPhoto.
The title of this post comes from Love's Labours Lost
Good Lord Boyet, my beauty, though but mean,
Needs not the painted flourish of your praise:
Beauty is bought by judgement of the eye,
Not utter'd by base sale of chapmen's tongues