Note added 12-16-2017:
This original magazine has been updated to a preliminary photo study, Port of Savannah, A Photographic Study, available on Amazon. John is continuing to actively photographic the port area and eventually will publish a finished work.
Yes, the latest edition of John Van Horn Photo, has hit the news stands… well it is available at Blurb. Spring 2015, The Harbor, Savannah, GA: photographs of the harbor from various points along the shore and on the water.
Took a lovely walk through the countryside yesterday outside of Fort Augustus. Took a photograph looking down from both sides of a bridge over the River Tarff that flows into Loch Ness.
River Tarff, Fort Augustus, Scotland No. 1
River Tarff, Fort Augustus, Scotland No. 2
I have been for some reason into bridges recently. There are some really great old roadway bridges across the Delaware River starting just above Trenton.
Delaware River Bridge Study No. 1
I have really been looking at bridges lately. This is the Rt. 11 bridge across the Potomac. There is some work being done on it and you can see some scaffolding in the photo.
Rt. 11, Potomac River Bridge, Williamsport, MD
Williamsport on the Potomac River was also a port on the old Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The aqueducts carrying the canal over rivers and streams are fantastic structures.
C & O Canal Aqueduct At Williamsport, MD
This is a railroad bridge over the Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
Under RR Bridge
Bending straight lines into nice curves is fun!
Perspective, Truss Bridge
The Rockville Railroad Bridge, spanning the Susquehanna River above Harrisburg, was completed in 1902, and was and still is the longest stone masonry arch railroad viaduct in the world. In other words, it is big and pretty neat to go and look at.
Rockville Railroad Bridge Over the Susquehanna No. 1
Rockville Railroad Bridge Over the Susquehanna No. 2