Saturday, November 17, 2012

Inverted bridge


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I rummaged from a few photos I have in my old laptop and found a photo of an old inverted railroad track located in Lockport, near Buffalo,N.Y.(photo: by Cheri)



It's raining up here in Lake Tahoe.Snow will come later this afternoon. Should I  take pictures of raindrops? During or after the rain? Is snow better than rain? Silly questions.


11 comments:

marveloustales said...

Ooh, I like the way the bridge practically seems to be floating there. Very cool!

Lmkazmierczak said...

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Alyce said...

Kind of makes you wonder why it ended up that way. Very cool!

Joy said...

Terrific bridge. Did you get rain or snow photos?

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Brona Joy said...

I have a bit of a thing for bridges! This one looks so delicate and practical at the same time.

Chari said...

Where are you in Tahoe? Do you have a vacation home there? I lived on top of Kingsbury Grade and graduated from high school in Zephyr Cove. I miss it...sometimes. I never miss the snow......too bad for me. :)

oh, pictures of each......of course.

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

That is an awesome shot. Looks so very high up too.

Leslie (Under My Apple Tree) said...

Interesting looking bridge.

Snow is better than rain for photography ... in my opinion anyway.

edgar said...

The place is in Incline Village shared with 2 other families.
I got a photo of light snow.It's now almost all melted.
The support of the bridge comes from below and makes the bridge looks inverted.

Lady In Read said...

love this photo.. very interesting..
and here is my answer to your question on my blog - the brahmakamalam blooms only once a year, during the night and the bloom lasts only for 3 to 4 hours, so no bowl or vase for it.. you could keep it but not for too long.. and yes, it is fragrant..

edgar said...

Lady in Read, Thank you for your notes about brahmakamalam. Very rare and beautiful flower.