"Photographers see the world rather than just look at it."
I was just in Welland yesterday. Sadly did not see the bridge raise in peron, so I'm glad I got to see it here. :)
Funny that your bridge decks are of an open construction. But it must have advantages Like lighter and no rainwater problems.
Watching ships glide by is a great pastime, but sometimes annoying to be stuck in traffic by a lift bridge.
Interesting view of a bridge!
Pretty big ship there, where's it heading?
Didn't just a small part of you want to rev up your engine and drive like a bat out of hell and try to jump that bridge like Evil Knievel? No? Oh. never mind.
I was just chatting with my son about the Welland Canal, yesterday. He didn't think he'd ever been there but I reminded him about watching the water level change and the ship passing through. He vaguely remembered. To his credit, he was only about 3 at the time.. almost twenty years ago. Love that second shot, Andy. You sure do get around. :)
You're never bored when you have your camera!
In our area, the draw bridges mostly are raised for sailboats, but the Intercoastal Canal has built its bridges much higher so that there is no need for the traffic delay. I do love the drawbridge... especially when I am on the sailboat!Bises,Genie
I've always loved bridges like this. Interesting shots, Andy.K
I am always worried about DRAW BRIDGE. wHAT IF IT DRAWS UP WHILE i AM STILL ON IT? lol
Sorry Andy this is not yours. My son lives there. I took it.