Friday, October 18, 2013

Reflections - Railroad bridge


This railroad bridge is upstream from the Monocacy Aqueduct. This reflection was taken standing in the middle of the aqueduct.

Hosted by James at Weekend reflections.

18 comments:

Norma Ruttan said...

bravo! The reflection makes it seem that a giant post is penetrating the water.

Malyss said...

That makes a very long and big "T" ! :o)

Sylvia K said...

What a terrific reflection for the day, Lew -- as always! Hope you have a great weekend!!

Adrienne said...

Very nice - the man made reflected back in nature. Hard shot to get since that bridge is so high - but I love that the bridge and not just the post shows up in the water!

acreativeharbor.com said...

Wonderful and creative reflection shot of the bridge and gorgeous surround colors ~ thanks, carol xx

Taken For Granted said...

Lovely reflection. It makes for a good "I" or is that eye?

Jack said...

Very pretty. I can't think of any above ground aqueducts either in Connecticut or in Florida.

My image today was on South Carolina Route 17. I had visited my cousin near Myrtle Beach and decided to drive quieter roads, because I was not in a hurry. This shot is somewhere near Beaufort.

Meta said...

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Meta

Ruth Kelly said...

It is so beautiful there.

Fun60 said...

What a wonderful vantage point to take the reflection of that bridge.

Fun60 said...

What a wonderful vantage point to take the reflection of that bridge.

Fun60 said...

What a wonderful vantage point to take the reflection of that bridge.

Viera said...

such a beautiful, peaceful place... nice shot...

'Tsuki said...

What a nice composition : I like the geometrical pattern created by this architectural detail dans its reflection...

Carletta said...

Very nicely captured Lew!

Jackie said...

Lovely reflection...(and I'm a sucker for trains!)

Sandy Carlson said...

Lew,
Thanks for this perspective on the bridge. When I travel through your state, I am always a little disturbed and unsure of the way the electronic dude who is the voice of my GPS pronounces Monocacy. I would love to know for sure which syllable gets the emphasis. I am always blown away by how lush and beautiful this area is--and how undisturbed by the noise of urban life not so far away that it is.

Our photos said...

Beautiful reflections photo!
Greetings, RW & SK