Wednesday, March 28, 2007

John Scalzi's Monday Photo Shoot: Working Outside

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Your Monday Photo Shoot: Take a picture of people working outside. Because now the weather's right for it (mostly). If you have a photo in your archives of people working outside, that works too.

From the archives, because I don't usually get out early enough to get photos of people working outside, we have three "white hats" confering on the working deck of a construction crane on the Prospect side of the Penobscot River where MDOT is replacing the 87 y.o. suspension bridge over the Prospect -Verona Narrows after testing revealed significant weakening of the primary cables. This was shot just under two years ago in May, 2005. The bridge opened for foot traffic in October for a dedication and is now open for vehicular traffic. Here's a second shot, pulled back so you can see the crane cab in context of the tower it rests on:

Here's a photo of the completed bridge: New Penobscot Narrows Bridge with the old Waldo-Hancock County suspension bridge behind it on

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