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Pont Neuf

September 21, 2015 0 Comments

Just after sunrise, just after the rain ended. Looking at Isle de la Cite from Pont des Arts. Trying to channel Charles Marville, but fortunately not lugging around an actual wet plate setup.

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Bridge Watcher

November 10, 2014 0 Comments

Out the window of the car near Jurong, China.

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Potomac and Trees

March 23, 2014 0 Comments

Along the Billy Goat Trail in Great Falls Park.

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Over the Border

March 19, 2014 0 Comments

In Great Falls Park, looking across the Potomac River to Virginia.


Foggy Hudson

January 17, 2014 1 Comment

Pier 57 on a foggy afternoon, seen from the High Line Park

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Bridges and Rubble

December 24, 2013 0 Comments

Looking north into Maryland from West Virginia as a freight train rolls south on the leftmost bridge, with the remnants of a third on the right. The rocky outcrop is where Potomac Bridges was taken.

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Potomac Bridges

December 18, 2013 2 Comments

Looking down on Harper’s Ferry from the trail above the river.

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Danube Traffic

November 29, 2013 1 Comment

Looking east toward Chain Bridge and the capital buildings.

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The Newest Bridge

January 31, 2012 0 Comments

On the eastern side of Paris, near the Gare de Austerlitz, is Paris’ newest bridge. Named the Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir, in honour of the French existentialist author, philosopher and theorist, the award-winning 190m bridge spans the Seine at the site of the new national library.

Gorge IV - Seldja Gorge, Tunisa
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Breakfast in Tunis, Lunch in Milan, Dinner in Athens

July 4, 2005 0 Comments

A monstrous day of travel brought me from the Sahara desert oasis town of Tozeur back to the Mediterranean’s capital of apathy and pissedoffedness: Athens, Greece.

One Lane Plus Train - Near Hokitika, New Zealand
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Lookout Ahead

December 26, 2003 0 Comments

Driving more than 2500 km around New Zealand is an endeavour filled with hazards. But winding roads and falling rocks and monsoon rains are to be expected. It’s the bridges I’m not prepared for. Constructing highways through challenging landscapes has led to bridge designs that are rather shocking by North American standards.