“Meow,” said the bridge

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Spring’s warm weather was on its own timetable.  While it looked warm enough outside, it was a cold, windy day.

I liked Ann Arbor; I’d be willing to go back and look around some more.  In my short stay there, I saw some interesting things.  Including this graffiti-encrusted railroad bridge, which I think is quite lovely.  Plus, it says, “Meow.”   How can you NOT like a bridge that meows at you?

Felch Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan

photographed 4.20.2013

PS – This is the 500th post here on One Day | One Image and it seems like a good time to thank everyone who takes the time to stop by, look around, or comment. It’s been fun, and I hope to be around for at least 500 more posts!

PS, part 2: One of my followers (LensScaper, I am looking at you) wondered what this looked like in color. Here at One Day | One Image, we are happy to oblige:

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Posted on April 29, 2013, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. …and it’s a great shot for more than the meow factor! It looks like the tagger actually cared about what he was doing, too.

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  2. There’s only one answer to ‘Meow’ and that is to Purr with delight! (Sorry- terrible pun!). Great jungle of Graffiti – I wonder what it looks like in colour. Congrats on the milestone, Ken.

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  3. Black and white gives a much stronger image, in my opinion, but I prefer black and white generally. I also prefer the phrase street art to graffiti but I know its a fine line between the two.

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