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What's more interesting than this picture is the story behind it. I'm guessing some of you have been to this very spot down at the houseboat docks along the Mississippi.
As I was shooting this shot around 9 PM, a drunk staggered down the 30-40 steps and started talking to me. After a few minutes he started asking questions about where I lived and how much money I had. A few minutes later he was demanding I go with him, where I wasn't sure. That wasn't gonna happen so as I was packing up my gear, I made my way back to the steps and more or less sprinted by him and up the steps.
Guess I should join a photography club.
Mississippi Mills, Ontario
I'm pretty sure the guy who decided how to light this area was on acid.
But it is pretty cool.
Taken from the Illinois side of the Mississippi River near Savannah, IL.
Woldenberg park in New Orleans, along the Mississippi river
One of many old and falling apart barns and buildings in Mississippi.
During May 1863, General U. S. Grant held the city of Vicksburg under siege. Many people escaped the shelling in caves. In July 1863 C.S.A General John C. Pemberton surrendered.
This is a shot from Vicksburg, Mississippi, looking back west at Louisiana across the Mississippi River. The bridge on the left is interstate 20 and the bridge on the right is a railroad.
I have crossed this bridge more times than I can count in the last 32 years.
Just got back from Alabama visiting my parents. I had a good visit and got Dad home for 3 days. The trip went well and I was honored to be able to take him to the funeral of a great friend of his
I should be back to a more normal photography schedule and I hope to catch up with all my flickr friends.
The Mississippi River would never look so blue looking straight down at the muddy waters but from a distance in the failing light and reflecting the sky.. it looks blue. This is Lock and Dam 21 all lit up with the lights of Quincy, Illinois in the background.
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HDR of Mississippi River. It is great that there is actually open water now. Taken on iPhone 5 and edited with Snapseed. 261/365
The Mississippi River is a dominant presence in New Orleans. There is a walkway along part of the river and many boats take tourists on trips up and down the river, sometimes with jazz bands for entertainment.
Mississippi swamps vIew from Pikes Pick Park, Iowa, USA.
Doughboy Veterans Monument in downtown Meridian.
This monument's flame is lit every year for Veteran's Day. I made it a point to go take some photos this year. Too bad the traffic lights have grown up around it.
On April 27, 1996, a BNSF manifest freight led by a pair of Santa Fe GE's and two BN motors, crosses the causeway along the Mississippi River north of Trempealeau, WI. That's Winona, Minnesota in the background.
Two bridges crossing the Mississippi River in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
We crossed the river numerous times on our trip, so got to see many cool bridges.
Mississippi countryside just south of Diamondhead and i10
A broken section of a tree in a backwater section of the Mississippi River near Dubuque, Iowa in infrared.
Highway 61 bridge over the Mississippi River in Hastings, MN.
A HDR image of a Soybean field reflecting morning light. Near Greenwood MS 2009
or "Somewhere is Mississippi".... Stacked pipes along the highway traveling back from Wiggins, MS.
Span crossing the Mississippi river ... southern Illinois ... texture by Lenabem-Anna
Sent to me in 2001 by a friend
(I forget how much fun doing scans of old stuff is!)
Fall foliage is particularly spectacular when traveling aboard the Mississippi Queen paddlewheeler on the upper Mississippi River.
This is an old house/barn that was found on a recent road trip. Somplace off HWY 61 in Northern Mississippi.
Railroad baron James J. Hill commissioned the construction of Stone Arch Bridge, which was completed in 1883, to connect the commercial hub of Minneapolis located on the west bank of the Mississippi River to the Village of St. Anthony and its railroad links on the east bank. It is the second oldest bridge still in use on the Mississippi River. The bridge was converted for pedestrian use in the 1990s. This image of the bridge and the Minneapolis skyline reflecting in the Mississippi River was taken on a calm September night while U.S. Bank Stadium hosted an NFL game.
Lightning over the Mississippi River Bridge in Vicksburg, MS on June 6, 2013.
The conditions seemed to be perfect, so I drove two hours east to find the darkest sky of the state, close to the small town of State Line..
I almost titled this one "Worth the Effort"
Sunrise at the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, near Starkville, Mississippi
Strobist: Two Canon 600EX on either side gelled 1/4 CTO using TTL.
from august before they left,I like the light on this,it highlights his eye,in the halloween spirit,he looks quite evil..
Mississippi River in the Fall, with shore activity