4th Avenue Bridge,
That track has seen better days. Very effective framing under the arch of the bridge.
I like the way you used the bridge. What a beautiful day you captured!
Hey, that's a clever shot. And what are we looking for. The big machines in the background? MB
I wanted to say that this is a very complex picture. The rails look like some have been taken up and sent off for cash. I wonder where.The other thing is about the bunge cords. I have about 6. All are blue. One or two have been chewed on some by squirrels but I still use them. I think they like the up and down motion on the feeder hung up by cords, and it is large enough so they don't have any problems going up or down on them.
What a cool perspective - I like the urban decay feel of the RR track, and the point of view framed by the bridge. I do recognize the port - the one you had a photo with the rainbow.
I do not recognize anything I don't think unless it is the building on the left which reminds me of something I've seen on your blog before...an old brewery?And looking at this photo, I realize I need to keep better track of things in Olympia! Actually, you need a better track! :-)Very well composed, Don!
I don't recognize anything, but after enlarging it I noticed the gate over the railroad tracks. They must be trying to keep people out because that gate would definitely not stop a train!
If you click on the "Recognize anything" link in this post it will take you back to a previous post. I think it will make sense then.
I clicked and didn't remember. That's because I was in Quimper and in a hurry because I was using a rocky 3G connection.Sooooo: congratulations to you both!And this is a great industrial shot.
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