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Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass



DUMBO reflection,  Brooklyn, New York,  February 2017



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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 6 May 2017

Part of Six Word Saturday

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  1. There’s always something balanced, I feel, being underneath an overpass. When on the overpass you don’t tend to give much thought as to what’s below, but it seems different when beneath one. Most odd.
    Your photo Debbie, however, is far from odd. Really good detail… and there’s an arch there in the middle, which would have worked on your arch post – although then you used another arch from the same bridge. You have an eye for good views!

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