Shot on Sunday April 29th 2012 with a 75 second exposure.
The MacArthur Bridge is a bridge that spans the Detroit River between Detroit, Michigan and Belle Isle. The bridge, which features nineteen total arches across 2,193 feet (668 m), provides main access to Belle Isle. Completed in 1923 for $2,635,000 USD, it replaced a mostly wooden bridge that accidentally caught fire and was destroyed in 1915. The bridge, once known as the Belle Isle Bridge, was later renamed the Douglas MacArthur Bridge after General Douglas MacArthur in 1942. It was restored in 1986 at a cost of $11.5 million. In 1913, William Edmund Scripps (of the Scripps publishing family), flew a Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company flying boat underneath the original Belle...
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I'm a Detroit boy at heart who loves classic cars and photography. These two go hand in hand for me. People often wonder how I have so many photographs of so many different cars. The truth is that around the Motor City, these classic cars are everywhere. Around here it's very easy to see so many different types of automobiles nearly year round - minus the few snowy months of winter. People around the Detroit area hold the classic car tradition pretty highly, probably more than anywhere else. We are the Motor City after all. When you have lemons, you make lemonade. When we have cars, I make art. With...
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