One of many bridges across the winding Ohio River, this is the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge. Open since 1929, this truss bridge stretches across from Louisville, Kentucky to Jeffersonville, Indiana and is also known as the Second Street Bridge.
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13 responses to “Reaching Across”
Fantastic photo, Pepper! I love the blues, the reflections, and the view of bridges beyond! The stork posed beautifully for you too! <3
Thank you, Cheryl. I love it when birds time their flight path just right like that. 😁
I many like your beautiful blog. A pleasure to come stroll on your pages. A great discovery and a very interesting blog. I will come back to visit you. See you soon.
Angelilie, welcome and I am so glad you enjoy my blog. Thank you so much for stopping by. 😊
A pretty bridge and nice reflection, too!
Thanks, Sandy. Things just fell into place for this shot. 😊
Great when that happens!
The added GBH makes the shot for me! Great shot!!
I know! I spotted the heron as we were exploring in Louisville with my 50mm on my camera. With no time to switch to a longer lens, I just started clicking away. 😂
Great capture. This is such a pretty bridge.
Thanks. It was one of those afternoons when the bright sunshine worked in my favor. 😊
👌👌👌📷🌹 beautiful shot dear Irene😘
Thanks, Mic. The sunlight worked in my favor. 😊
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