Seems the jet lag hit last night but after a good nine hours of sleep, I’m back. you know the feeling when you’re not sure of the day of the week, the date or the time?
I watched the forklift operator back up into the huge hangar (storage warehouse?), taking the boat with ease.
FountainLight and BoatLight Where the Three Rivers Meet
From my archives
St. Mary of the Mount in the upper right, the arch of the Ft. Pitt Bridge, a line of lights along Grandview Avenue to the towerlight on the left.
Becky B continues to inspire #Januarylight posts across the blogosphere with her challenge.
Like A Spotlight on the Bathroom Wall
River Spree Boat Ride
River Spree boat ride Gallery.
Lots of low bridges. Don’t stand up!
Old buildings and new buildings. Lots of construction, too.
Transportation in Berlin
From a Different Vantage Point
Photographed from our friend’s boat when they took us for a boat ride on the Ohio River.
Bridges fascinate me, no matter what angle.
Neville Island Night Lights on the Ohio River
The retirement party at our friend’s home on Neville Island began in early afternoon but the barges and tugs went by into the night. Both directions!
Lots of drama to watch. Multiple freight trains on the opposite bank blew their train whistles.
See the powerful blue light the Captain was shining down river to illuminate a buoy in the middle of the river? Neville Island Bridge is in the background.
Centerpieces with tiny white lights and fishing accessories glowed like lanterns.
Here you can see the dark barges being pushed by the tug as they approach the bridge.
The bonfire kept us warm and warded off the increasing damp chill as the sun disappeared. Skipping the photo my friend took of me devouring a gooey s’more.
Happy Retirement, Sy