Blue & Yellow 3 (clouds bridges ). Photo by Madermade
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Blue & Yellow 3

Uploaded by: Madermade

Wednesday October 2, 2013

St. Francisville, LA

Caption: Bridge going into St Francisville, La

Image Width: 4928

Image Length: 3264

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Model: NIKON D7000

Software: PaintShop Pro 15.00


Copyright: [None] (Photographer) - (Editor)

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ISO Speed Ratings: 100

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8. Moussifer
6:14 PM GMT on October 07, 2013
Looks just like the Fred Hartman bridge here over the ship channel in Houston.
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7. Fieldofflowers
2:18 AM GMT on October 07, 2013
I imagine it took a lot of patience to get this shot sans cars. How can I not fave a good bridge photo?
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6. Kennebunker
1:15 AM GMT on October 07, 2013
Terrific - can't believe you caught a moment without traffic, and with such great clouds. Wow!
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5. llpj04
8:18 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
That is a fairly new bridge(opened May 2011) that I have not been over yet. Great shot!

John James Audubon Bridge, is a Mississippi River crossing between Pointe Coupee and West Feliciana parishes in south central Louisiana. The bridge has the second longest cable-stayed span in the Western Hemisphere
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4. luvne32
8:03 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
This needs a Blue Frame!
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3. RenoSoHill
5:57 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Nice of you to stop traffic before the shot
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2. YouKnowWho
5:27 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Terrific capture of this beautiful structure!
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1. trailhiker44
5:06 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Awesome shot, Trudy !
The play of light and shadows is fabulous !
And the clouds add a special mood to this fantastic image !
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About Madermade


I am a retired lady in Texas discovering the joy of photographing things that bring out an emotion in me. Maybe it is a calming peacefulness, the sheer wonder of nature itself or maybe just a whimiscal shot of fun things. I find this new undertaking consuming all my time and I am loving every minute of it. I love and appreciate all comments and this community of friends all enjoying the same passion. Our Lord and Savior has blessed us all by the beauty that surrounds us daily.

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