Word of the day: Meander
I meandered five miles out one day along the way
First I came to the place of the celestial fire
A little further on a mighty fountain did I spy
It rose and flowed into the the sacred River Sigh.
A fitting day for fire and water I would say as I continued on along the way. Around the bend I hit a wall
But most certainly we don’t need a wall!
Is what I say
But it was a mighty fine day
Out walking along the way.
Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
I have always loved bridges….I have been photographing them my whole life. This in one of my all time favorite bridges in the world which spans the Delaware River between Philadelphia and Camden. Informally it is known as the Ben Franklin Bridge. Work began on January 6, 1922. At the peak of construction, 1,300 people worked on the bridge, and 15 died during its construction. The bridge opened to traffic on July 1, 1926, three days ahead of its scheduled opening on the nation’s 150th anniversary. At completion, its 1,750-foot span was the world’s longest suspension bridge.