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01-13-2010, 09:38 PM   #31
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Thanks- she's not a true gear head though she is a thorough Pentaxian (You should hear her about everyone using Canon or Nikon )

A couple more of the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, by me myself



Makes big wolf whistle sound. Really beautiful.

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From under a bridge...


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An old Roman bridge from our village Monastero Bormida.

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And a couple from my daughter (who just got a $12k per year scholarship for her photography!)
Fantastic Nesster! Your's aren't bad either.

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From under a bridge...
Great Javier, always an interesting place to go.

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An old Roman bridge from our village Monastero Bormida.
Wllm, I see why you want to live there, this beautiful shot gives us all a taste, thanks!


This is a railroad bridge over the Cumberland River in Clarksville, Tennessee, USA
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The Chain Bridge, Budapest:


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Heh, clever, Javier!


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I forget the name of this reservoir but it's outside Yosemite.

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Hiking trail footbridge over Miami Erie Canal in Auglaize County, Ohio USA.
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I must have a thing about bridges... I love taking pictures of them.

Train bridge near my house today. Taken from the top of an adjacent bridge. It's not mist, it's pouring rain.


Didn't cross this one:


Under I-87 in Plattsburgh, NY:
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