Monday, January 18, 2010

Cold River


Although temperatures have warmed, I still have a few cold-weather pictures to share. This photograph of a back-lighted Pettus Bridge over the Alabama River was taken on one of the coldest days of the decade. There was no ice in the river, but a person could surely imagine it!

7 comments:

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

I feel the cold and your vantage point looks as if you were alone and cold when taking the shot. Great mood photo. Speaking of mood, your 2009 theme day photo was absolutely stunning. I would have picked it too!

Jan
GDP

Rambling Round said...

Thanks, Jan. I was alone and it was cold! We had not had this kind of COLD since I began the blog in 2007, so I had to get out in it to try and capture it.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

It does look cold. I just hate to think about falling into that river this time of year.

Rambling Round said...

Well, Abe, I guess you'd better stay away from the riverbanks! LOL

Karoliina Urso said...

I would like to see this shot in all different seasons... or even lightings such as moon light, sunrise etc. Looks like a good spot.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

That's such an attractive bridge, even if it does look cold. Actually, it looks warmer than here in Canada. LOL

paul said...

That is a beautiful bridge - I can see why you chose it as your welcoming image, and no doubt a great subject year round. Love the cold sky.