Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This is the base of the Lafayette bridge which has been under construction forever and has resulted in the closure of my favorite bike path which is still closed by now I can use it if no one is looking. Downtown St. Paul is nicely framed by the bridge footings, bridge deck and all the crap below the bridge.
It was foggy and rainy in Duluth and I had the best time taking pictures. I tried some new angles and photographed some old favorites like the lift bridge in the fog and rain.
The arches of the stone arch bridge on the Mississippi river in Minneapolis and no I am not going to edit out the wires. I live in the city and we have wires.
No nearly as old and famous as the stone arch bridge, the nearby 3rd avenue bridge which spans the Mississippi near St. Anthony Falls in Minneapolis. I have photographed this many times before but not from this angle.
Taken on the historic stone arch bridge in Minneapolis MN. The Stone Arch Bridge is a former railroad bridge crossing the Mississippi River at Saint Anthony Falls in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. The bridge opened in 1883. I have a feeling it will be around for a long time. In the background you can see downtown Minneapolis and the mill ruins.
This is the subject for my 365 for March. I have been photographing the same subject every day for a month. I got a little bored photographing a coffee mug in January and some silk flowers in February. There is a lens flare in the middle but I suppose it has to be some place.