Wordless Wednesday Posted on October 3, 2012 by Nick Roberts Kennedy Bridge Click on the image to open it at a larger size in another window.
16 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday”
Loved this shot, Nick!
Thanks for commenting Gordie.
I really like the way you’ve framed this… the bridge (?) framing the bridge…
Thank you for the comment. Yes. I was in a man lift inside the upper section of the Big Four Bridge looking west. I like the way the bridge components frames the Kennedy Bridge too.
Very nicely done!
Thanks Phyllis I appreciate your comment and the fact that you took the time to comment too.
Love that riveted steel. Beautiful perspective, one that is only experienced by birds, and bridge workers, and now you have shared it with us. Well done, Nick. I miss your descriptive text—setting the scene, why, how etc. . . .
Don’t worry Willa I’ll be writing again, this was an experiment to see how a wordless Wednesday post would fly.
Yesterday I was back in the man-lift and my pilot Tim raised us 135 feet above the bridge deck which combined with the bridge height was 210 feet above the river. The view was amazing and of course I shot a lot of images while we were up there. Some of those will be coming to the blog soon.
Thanks for the kind comment.
Couldn’t resists checking out something called Wordless Wednesday. Turns out pictures are indeed worth 1000 words. Well done, and I hope your Wordless Wednesday does fly.
Thanks Pamela, I really appreciate your “1000 words” comment. I’m interested in the WW concept too, wanna’ see how it shakes out….
Beautifully made photograph. The tones are very lovely.
Thank you Karen.