Nikon Nikkor 35mm f/2D Photo #33 Roads to nowhere (003/365)

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The Summer Street Bridge in Boston's Seaport District. From www.loc.gov/pictures/item/ma1236/: "The Summer St. bridge is a rare movable type of bridge known as a retractile draw, in which the moving span is pulled diagonally away from the navigable channel on several sets of rails. Only four of these have been identified in the country, two of which are on Summer St. in Boston. The form is thought to have been invented by T. Willis Pratt in the 1860's. This bridge is a double retractile: parallel spans pull away from the center in opposite directions. Despite its deteriorating condition, the bridge is the center element of the rich Fort Point Channel Bridge District. / The Summer Street Retractile Bridge is the only known surviving electrically-operated, paired-leaf oblique retractile drawbridge. Despite its poor condition and loss of much of its operating equipment and auxiliary structures (gates, Tender's ...

Technical Details

Nikon D7000
f/4
1/60 s
35 mm
500 ISO
3264x3908px