Summer has a way of getting in the way of my using the camera.
With the family being home, everything gets consumed much faster so there’s more trips to the grocery store.
Even while traveling, I don’t actually have much time to use my camera.
I’m mostly mostly playing chauffeur if not short-order cook and not thinking about where I could go to take pictures.
When we do go places on trips, like my recent one to Eugene, Oregon, we inevitably arrived when the sun is too high and we don’t stay long enough so that the light gets interesting.
On one of those evenings when we had dinner at a restaurant by the paved banks of the Willamette river in Eugene, we took a stroll afterwards.
My gang took off while I hung back because I recognized the potential for a picture when we were walking underneath the Ferry Street bridge.
It was also about that time when I heard a voice from above.
Heavens, it wasn’t from that high up, maybe 20 feet above me.
It was the very friendly voice of Martine Keller who happened to be taking pictures above me from the bridge above.
So great minds think alike.
We both recognized this spot had potential.
I’m sharing Martine’s pictures to provide context.
I’ve since become Facebook friends with her which is how I am able to share her wonderful captures here.
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