Yeah, stupid title, but it’s hard coming up with new ones every day. Anyway, this is once again the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. But this time, it’s from a different angle, which makes it brand new and exciting. Or not. Whatever.
Guest photographer Maryann Nielson is rocking the black and white once again (see also: The Jordan Bridge In Black & White). This time she captured the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. quite beautifully, with that fog and the reflections… so cool. Thanks, Maryann!
Guest photographer and resident awesome firefighter Matt Aalto sent along this beautiful images his wife, Tami, took down at the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. His description:
Hi Celine! My wife Tami took this photo [the day before] yesterday as we took our boxer Leila for a walk at the wilderness park. There was a decent amount of fog that day but it wasn’t too cold to get some quality time in. On our way back to the truck, we were both mentioning how cool the reflection looked in the water and the next thing I know she has the camera out. Here’s the result!
I love it! Thanks, Matt and Tami!
I came to the unfortunate realization that I have only this one postable photo from the last month. I took (and posted) a lot of photos of Christmas lights, and literally have nothing else. That’s a bit of an issue. Even this photo was taken almost a month ago.
This photo was taken at my old standby — the little street bridge at the south end of 4th Ave., looking towards the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St.
I will do my best to get out and take pictures today, but would love some guest photographer photos of the Stayton area, if anyone is interested in sharing (go here for info). Thank you!
I’m sure I’ve posted a photo or two like this one of the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St., but I’m very low on photos at the moment, so here’s another. I took the photo because I liked the shadows.
A call for guest photographers!
I’ve been ill for the last handful of weeks, and have barely been able to use my camera. That means I’m short on photos, so if anyone has any photos of the area they have taken they would like to share here, I would love you so very much. Please see the Contribute a Photo page. Thank you! And a big thanks to those who’ve already contributed, too.
I went hunting for autumn leaves a few days ago, but didn’t find much as of yet. If it hadn’t been for this big tree by the water off of 4th Ave., I was going to question whether we are really in October. It’s been pretty warm here so far, so the trees haven’t quite caught onto the fact we are almost a month into fall.