Guest photographer Maryann Nielson caught this beautiful scene at the pedestrian Bridge off of Florence St. So peaceful. She also mentioned there’s a fence going in near the bridge, on the private property being developed. I’m not happy to know that fence go up, but I know it’s the property owner’s right to do so. Still, it makes me sad. That’s such a beautiful area, and I hate to see it spoiled.
I shamelessly stole this off of guest photographer John Brandt’s Flickr page, because his shot of the path back to Riverfront Park is so pretty. Okay, technically John gave me permission to use any of his Flickr photos, but whatever. Thanks, John!
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!
You’ll have to excuse my use of extremely technical terms in today’s post title. I hope I haven’t sent anyone running to Google to look up the complicated verbiage.
Truth be told, I haven’t a clue what that thing is. I know, you’re shocked. All I know it is sits below the bridge heading south out of town, and it was being reflected in a large puddle next to it, so I took a picture.
It’s been a while since I last posted a photo of the Jordan Bridge — and by “a while” I mean a few weeks — so here’s another, because I know everyone in the entire world was just waiting for it. But at least this one is from a different angle than last time, which makes it completely different.