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Crossings

First two bridges span the Cedar River ( Renton) and the third is over the Green River (Kent). Bridges and train trestles seem to fascinate me. I should dig through my archives and do a monster bridge posting! :-). Lots of rust and creosote!DSC_2676-001DSC_2724-001 DSC_2776-001

Along the Cedar River

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Heron

Spotted along the Cedar River. This heron was quite a distance from me as he waited for the post-spawning salmon to float by. I wish I could have gotten closer…..DSC_2787-001 DSC_2789-001 DSC_2794-001 DSC_2793-001

 

Rusty Structure

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Sections of an old train trestle along the Cedar River that is now used as a footpath.

Along the Cedar River

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The Cedar River, in Maple Valley, WA, bends and twists its way around marshes with dragonflies.

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