After a string of relatively mild winters, Mother Nature has return to balance things out. But nature has also provided some opportunities to photograph rare occurrences, like frozen waterways. One such waterway is the Walnut Street Bridge in Harrisburg Pennsylvania.
I was in that area fairly recently and decided to stop in to see the city canal that I had read about. Since it was winter, there was no expectation of seeing much activity along the canal and there wasn't. In fact, the canal was under construction with sections of it closed off, apparently for some off-season refurbishments. Nonetheless, I would be undeterred and with camera in hand, capture some photographs.
Click through to see some of the photos created on this visit.
Just a word of thanks for your support throughout the year, it is very much appreciated. The comments, likes, pluses and shares have really been inspiring throughout this past year. I will do my best to keep things interesting in 2015. :-)
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