Greenway Bridges & Double Trouble

It started as a simple ride out the Greenway bike path.

Then I decided to photograph some of the Greenway bridges for the current Cycle365 Challenge of the Month.

Then I ran into Rich and Sandra.

Then I detoured to campus for a quick inspection.

Then, the next thing I knew, I was in double trouble….

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6 response to "Greenway Bridges & Double Trouble"

  1. By: The Navigator Posted: May 6, 2018

    Well, I’m glad to see you are including small creek bridge shots. I’m going to be okay with the challenge. When I was riding this weekend over very tiny bridges over very tiny creeks, I started to wonder if they’d ‘count’. Did a bridge need to span a body of water with a certain cfs to count? I decided to only photograph bridges where the creek underneath was actually running – this time of year we have a lot of dry creekbeds or creeks with just some intermittent pools! None of my bridges have the nice bike path architecture that yours do though!

  2. By: Suzanne Posted: May 6, 2018

    Nice b&w work, Bill.
    Now who would have thought that you have a circle just like the one in Munich! Or maybe yours is a little bit smaller? 🙂

    • By: Bill Stone Posted: May 6, 2018

      Suzanne, I think your circle is much larger, although the diameter of this one is somewhat larger than it looks, because it’s mounted so that it leans back, and from eye-level it seems like an oval. But I immediately thought of this one when I saw yours, and I’ve been waiting for a chance to cruise over to campus to get a pic.

  3. By: Suzanne Posted: May 6, 2018

    I forgot to mention that I really like your double-trouble photo! I am inspired. I’m going to try to copy your idea if you don’t mind.

    • By: Bill Stone Posted: May 6, 2018

      No problem. Two Suzannes would be far easier on the eyes than two Old Grumble-Faces!

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