Scattered Showers and Deserted Streets

Uploaded 14 Jul 2008
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© Nadya Johnson
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UploadedJuly 14, 2008
TakenMay 17, 2006
MakeEastman Kodak Company
Exposure1/500 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6.3 mm
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I used to wonder why two bridges cross the Mississippi River into Illinois from Clinton, Iowa. And, why the city has two downtowns! Lyons was a city in its own right once, and they were really first to build a bridge. Later, Clinton annexed all of Lyons making it a separate neighborhood and shopping district. There are few shoppers though, in either of the downtown areas. Everyone's at Wal Mart now, I guess.

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  • frank degenhardt

    frank degenhardt gave props (14 Jul 2008):

    Beautiful clarity and lighting. Sensational presentation of small town U.S. A. It is a sad note that chains like Wal- Mart can destroy the economy of so many towns. Have a wonderful day

  • Ann Przyojski

    Ann Przyojski (Deleted) gave props (20 Jul 2008):

    Living in LA I'd kill for streets such as this. Outstanding color and light and love the wet road and reflection of the building in it. Awesome, Nadya

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