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February 24, 2012


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Great photos of the bridges! Love checking out the bridges and view from up-top Mt. Washington. Up close I've walked the Sixth Street Bridge, would love to walk a lot of the other ones.

I loved going underneath the bridges on the rivers themselves, for a different perspective. Take a Gateway Clipper Fleet cruise if you haven't. :)

Dominique King

Thanks, Aaron! I wish the weather was better the days we were there (it was cloudy, overcast, sprinkling, hot, hazy), and I hope to get back one of these days to shoot more of the bridges.
The cruise sounds great :)

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