Lewis Street Bridge in Monroe, Washington
I've always been interested in architecture and the engineering of bridges, large and small. It started as a child when our station wagon was a 1968 Olds Vista Cruiser with the windows in the roof. Before seatbelt laws, we were allowed to put all of the seats flat in the back and lay down looking out of the roof when we travelled. It was always exciting when a bridge went by making the light in the car flash as the beams blocked, then revealed the light. I occasionally stick my camera out of our modern (opening) sunroof as we're crossing a bridge to relive the thrill. It comes up a little short, but I get some interesting images out of it!
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