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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by fightheheathens, Aug 16, 2006.

  1. fightheheathens

    fightheheathens TPF Noob!

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    yep....

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    Very cool! Where is this exactly? Bridge scare me for some reason. I never feel quite safe, and I always think of that film footage you see on Discovery Channel where that bridge is waving around. Freaks me right out.

    That said, nice shots :)
     
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    Need to watch the horizon lines. Your tilting a bit.
     
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    The bridge is what connects Michigan to it's upper peninsula..more affectionately known as the "U.P." It's the Mackinaw (Mackinac?) bridge.

    Nice photos, fighttheheathens... I was there last February, and every inch of water the bridge went across was frozen. I'd never seen anything like it except on TV. :) (I'm from TN)
     
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    to be fair, i just had shoulder surgury when i took these so i was holding the camera with one hand (non dominant hand) and using a cable release held in my hand in the sling :)

    i'll try and fix it in photo shop.


    The Mackinac Bridge (Pronounced Mackinaw) is located in norther michigan between the Upper and Lower peninsula. The Mackinac Bridge is the longest two tower suspension bridge between anchorages in the western hemisphere, and in total length, its the 10th longest bridge in the world.
    its 5 miles long.
     

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