Sacramento was a gold rush town 170 years ago, hence a reason for painting the Tower Bridge a golden color that shines bright even at night, thanks to lights that dot this span of steel over the Sacramento River.
The Sacramento River runs under the Tower Bridge which leads directly to California’s State Capitol. The angle of the shot taken behind a man-made wall gives the sense of swimming pool nearing capacity, at least, that was my thought when I clicked the camera.
I was driving on the freeway yesterday when Anne took this shot of Sacramento’s “gold” Tower Bridge from the passenger window. The bridge color is in honor of the city’s Gold Rush history.
I took a photo of the Tower Bridge, Sacramento, California two nights ago. Actually it is a reflection of the bridge in the waters of the Sacramento River. I rotated the image so it would fit our “brain”; i.e., upside down images don’t compute. I live near the bridge, so it is a structure firmContinue reading “Local Photo with a Twist”