Photo Hunters: Metal

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This Week’s Theme: Metal

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X Marks the spot and this spot is under the Gay Street Bridge in Knoxville, TN. It traverses the Tennessee River to connect downtown Knoxville with South Knoxville and the Island Home community. It also passes over part of the Neyland Greenway which is one of my favorite running routes. Have a great week!

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0 Responses to Photo Hunters: Metal

  1. MommyTime says:

    What a bright, vibrant photo! Mine is more muted. There are lots of architectural ones today, though.

  2. dawn says:

    Wow, that is a very nicely taken picture. Great take for this week’s theme.

  3. I’ve always been above, driving across,….. looks pretty neat underneath too. Great photo and Happy Easter.

  4. Melli says:

    Bridges seem to be a popular choice today! They are each so unique though… and THIS one is bright and cheery!

  5. Liza says:

    You did a fabulous job taking this photo..this is amazing! I hope a Wonderful Easter!Take a peak on mine here and here if you have time..;) Happy weekend!

  6. BlueStar says:

    Cool man! especially it’s X link =D
    great job!

  7. tnchick says:

    Neat perspective of the bridge!

  8. Flo says:

    There are a lot of bridges in todays hunt πŸ™‚

  9. Susan says:

    That is a GREAT photo!

  10. chikku says:

    I have never noticed that ths part of the bridge can look this good… good foto…

    chikku πŸ™‚

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