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The George Washington Bridge in NYC


The Zacum Bridge in Boston


The 295 Bridge in Richmond VA

These are only a few of the bridges that we went over on our journey.  I take pictures of them because I am terrified of most bridges.  If I am focusing on them through the camera, I don’t think about what is underneath.  We took the Inner Loop around Baltimore and I wasn’t paying attention when we suddenly came up on the Frances Scott Key Bridge.  It freaked me out, but when I finally looked out, it was dusk and the lights were really awesome.

The bridge in Boston was unusual because you get to the bridge right after you come out of the tunnel famously known as “The Big Dig”.  They needed more road, so they tunneled under buildings in the city to create more room for traffic.  It’s almost as creepy to me as the bridges~

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