Showing posts with label bridge. Show all posts
Showing posts with label bridge. Show all posts

Monday, October 29, 2018

Is There Really Such a Thing as a Covered Bridge?

It was a cold day with fog and rain and grey-rimmed clouds, when there appeared a long covered bridge.
I think it was real, since such things exist in the ancient myths of New England.


Monday, March 2, 2015

To Brooklyn, progress, and back: A short photo essay

On the J-Train
The J Train in Brookly, across the Williamsburg Bridge

Arriving at Gates Avenue
Beautification of Subway stops: Gates Avenue, Brooklyn

One of 4.5 bathrooms (yes, I know!  It doesn't have a soap dish yet.  But one has to get exactly the Correct Soap Dish!  This bathroom is a beautiful grey and white, although it doesn't look like it here.  It also is a fairly large bathroom--I guess I have to spring for a wide-angle lens like all those other people!

Oh yes.  Indoor plumbing!  What a gift, even without soap dishes and towel

Mission for the day (should you choose to accept it):

1.  Enter into a bathroom; one with tub or shower.  Avoid gas stations, for
2.  Revel in the beauty and convenience of Tile!  Think what a mess the
average shower might make without it.
3.  Check out the very simplicityof a water repellent floor!  Nothing
fancy, just tile, tile, showers, water, toilets with double flush, maybe a
mirror!!!!  A mirror.  What an amazing thing.
Bathroom One, Monroe Street, Brooklyn

No place is more beautiful at night than the view  from the Williamsburg Bridge. 
Lower Manhattan on the East River, from the Williamsburg
The East River Drive going home
Beautiful Bridge.  59th Street Bridge ?B

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Light Masses Pulling Closer

Lights pushing, inching closer
Magnetized in the falling rain

From a Brooklyn to Manhattan Bridge, early summer

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

West Cornwall Covered Bridge, West Cornwall-Sharon, CT

The West Cornwall Covered Bridge spans the Housatonic River. According to Wikipedia, it opened in 1841.