The Mackinac Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere, with a total length of 26,372 feet. Spanning the Straits of Mackinac from St. Ignace to Mackinaw City, it connects Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas and opened for traffic in 1957.
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Prints available. This film negative was shot in the mid-1990’s and features a railroad trestle spanning across the Dead River ravine, north of Marquette, in the upper peninsula of Michigan. Thanks for stopping by!
Prints available. The photograph was taken on the Emory River at Nemo Rapids, following substantial rainfall. If you’re looking to decorate a wall at home or the office, a variety of options are available: canvas, framed, art, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestry. Other stuff, too. Thanks for stopping by!
Prints available. Located along Emory River in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, Tennessee, Nemo Rapids are an easy 1/4 mile hike from the parking area at Nemo Bridge, where several parking spaces are available. This photograph was taken in the morning. Hope to see you soon!
Located along Emory River in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, Tennessee, Nemo Rapids are an easy 1/4 mile hike from the parking area at Nemo Bridge, where several parking spaces are available.
Visitors may enjoy limited playground equipment and picnic tables, as well as basic restrooms. An informational placard also provides historical references & area map. To see Nemo Rapids, walk underneath Nemo Bridge and between several large rocks, to follow a sandy trail toward the water. There, the trail branches to the left and into the woods – this path leads to the rapids, further downstream.
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Following a hike at Benton Falls, I later found Ocoee Dam No. 2 – a hydroelectric dam along the Ocoee River, in Polk County, Tennessee, built between 1912-1913.
At the adjacent Sugarloaf Mountain Park, I learned that materials to construct this rock-filled crib-type dam had been quarried from a hillside across the river, with structural remnants of a railway bridge still intact.
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Rain and fog obscured broad views from atop the Smoky Mountains, so I decided to make frequently stops along the road, in search of less common shots. Here’s one which I found – under the road – which includes post processing adjustments. See more.
Water follows gravity under a wooden bridge, over small ledges and across a striated rock-surface. I shot this photograph along a small stream at Falls Creek Falls State Park. Prints and other items are available in my galleries at Pixels and/or Fine Art America. Enjoy!
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