After work, decided to take a ride to get some shots by the river. The lighting was started out pretty good, but was perfect by the time I left. I couldn’t decide on which shot to post, so posted this as a series. Hope you enjoy.
Taken in Marysville, PA with a Nikon D5000. All straight from the camera except for slight cropping on a couple.
History of the Rockville Bridge:
The longest stone masonry arch railroad bridge in the world, one mile to the south, was built 1900-02. With forty-eight arches, it has a length of 3,820 feet. This was the third bridge constructed here by the Pennsylvania Railroad. For more history on the Rockville Bridge, click here
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Published in The Weekend Photographer Magazine, October 2010 edition – So honored!
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