26 thoughts on “Bascule Drawbridge, Boston

      1. vovazinger Post author

        I am very glad if I can find something interesting to photograph and share it with others.

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. Once again, photographing the sunset, I am convinced that every second during the sunset is precious. At some point, the sunset was pale and completely uninteresting, and after a couple of moments everything changed – the view became so amazing that it was impossible not to take this picture.

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      1. Jnana Hodson

        Yes, sunrises and sunsets move quite quickly. I call out to my wife to see something in one, and if she says “Just a minute,” I know it will be gone. That was the case with the gilt edge around a cloud cluster at sunrise a few days ago. Amazing, isn’t it!

      2. vovazinger Post author

        As usual, everything has two ends. And the sunset is no exception. On the one hand, you missed the amazing sunset at this moment. But on the other hand, the next sunset will be completely different and no less amazing.

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much, Dolly. This bridge is located very close to the Zakim bridge. Because it is a bridge for commuter trains, and not for cars and pedestrians, few people know about it.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. During the day, this bridge is completely unremarkable, but at sunset it looks just amazing.

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  1. Marc R.

    Great picture !
    And indeed, in Antwerp – Belgium, we also have such a type of bridge,
    I used to drive over one almost every day to work, except when it was broken, and that was regular 🙂
    cheers!

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much, Marc. This is a very specific bridge – only commuter trains run on it. There is no way to use the car on it or walk. I only see it from the side and have never used it. But in any case, at sunset, it looks great.

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