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(Farktography) Farktography Theme of Farktography Contest No. 336: "Infrastructure". Details and rules in first post. LGT next week's theme   ( divider line
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2011-10-12 08:07:22 PM
Utility wires, roads and a grain mill that is now a restaurant
2011-10-12 08:07:50 PM

Another view of the old and new approach, with the Bridge peeking through.
2011-10-12 08:08:38 PM  

"Columns and Lights"

/Bigger (new window)
2011-10-12 08:08:44 PM

old infrastructure

Lock 18 and the ruins of a lock house on the C & O Canal

2011-10-12 08:08:48 PM  
Sherman Minton's Silver Arches

4 years after taking this picture, this bridge has now been shut down due to cracking found in the structural supports. Crumbling infrastructure indeed...
2011-10-12 08:09:59 PM

A tunnel wide enough for only one car...guarded by stoplights at either end. Direction of travel changes every 5 minutes.
2011-10-12 08:10:22 PM

Barn Infrastructure

2011-10-12 08:11:56 PM
Bridge in 1000 Islands Region of Ontario (pops)

2011-10-12 08:13:16 PM  
Barges, I Would Like to Go With You...

Unfathomable tons of freight move by barge along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.

/90mm tilt-shift lens
2011-10-12 08:14:04 PM

Loops of Infrastructure

2011-10-12 08:16:10 PM
Irrigation system in northern Lower Michigan (pops)

2011-10-12 08:59:29 PM

2011-10-12 09:00:32 PM

Defunct alarm panel

2011-10-12 09:03:16 PM

Container Cranes

Link (new window)

2011-10-12 09:07:39 PM  

Burrard Street Bridge (detail)
Vancouver, BC
Built 1932

Flickr (new window)

2011-10-12 09:11:44 PM

Water Spigot

Link (new window)

2011-10-12 09:27:57 PM  

Infrastructure Galore
Vancouver, BC

Wood chip plant, cruise ship terminal, convention centre, stadium, office towers, hotels, condos, train station, docks, shipping lanes, parks, roads, traffic lights, etc. etc.

Flickr (new window)

2011-10-12 09:36:40 PM  

Cathedral to Travel
(Pops Larger)

The Sacramento Amtrak station at 10pm.
2011-10-12 09:43:53 PM  

Lighting Detail, Powell Street BART Station, San Francisco
(pops larger)

I don't know what's scarier - that it looks as though it's been this way for a while, or that the trains are electric too...
2011-10-12 10:11:38 PM

Union Station, Washington, DC

2011-10-12 10:14:27 PM

Turnpike Trestles

Ohio Turnpike bridge over Cuyahoga Valley National Park

2011-10-12 10:25:42 PM  

F-Line, San Francisco
(pops larger, but beware the slightly NSFW man-ass)

Antique streetcar brought back into service along Market Street in the City. Like the famous Cable Cars, they're part of the regular commuter service, and standard transit passes are valid. This particular car started out life in Milan, Italy
2011-10-12 10:35:18 PM
(pic pops to embiggen)

Local dam with walkway over

2011-10-12 10:39:24 PM
(pic pops to embiggen)

The start of infrastructure, an idea, then a blueprint!

It is actually an adapter part so we could use a regular container of CO2 with our Soda Stream instead of the proprietary CO2 containers that come with it. My husband came up with and made the part, blueprint and all.
2011-10-12 10:45:08 PM
(pic pops to embiggen)

These were going in but not yet functional when the picture was taken. They seem to have everything up and running with them now, though.
2011-10-12 10:58:39 PM
Jail (pops)

2011-10-12 10:59:41 PM

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Manhole. Eugene, OR
2011-10-12 11:00:39 PM

2 of 3

Lamp post. Eugene, OR
2011-10-12 11:01:32 PM

3 of 3

Bicycle rack and bike. Eugene, OR
2011-10-12 11:04:38 PM

Click for the bigger version

2011-10-12 11:10:24 PM

Click for the bigger version

2011-10-13 12:01:25 AM

Glen Canyon Dam at the mouth of Lake Powell

Pops to my site where you can view larger or my B-sides

2011-10-13 12:02:14 AM

Spillway at Lake Spavinaw, source of Tulsa's municipal water supply

Pops to my site where you can view larger or my B-sides

2011-10-13 12:03:05 AM  
2011-10-13 12:06:17 AM

"Atoms of Infrastructure, Then and Now"

ISO 400, 1/5s, f5.6, white balance

2011-10-13 12:07:05 AM  

The road to an apparently abandoned Air Force radar station
Largest (new window)

2011-10-13 12:07:40 AM  

Utility pole running across the high desert.
biggest (new window)

2011-10-13 12:08:15 AM  

Battery Point lighthouse In Northern California
huge (new window)

2011-10-13 12:10:55 AM

"I think the line is cut,.."

ISO 400, 1/1000s, f4.0, white balance

2011-10-13 12:12:57 AM

Outside Shinagawa Station, Tokyo.
2011-10-13 12:15:10 AM

"Crossing at Dawn"

ISO 1600, 4.0s, f5.6, handheld foreground fill flash, levels, NR

2011-10-13 12:24:21 AM

Diablo Lake Dam, WA. Pops to lightbox.

2011-10-13 12:26:12 AM

Pops to lightbox

2011-10-13 12:29:07 AM

Pops to lightbox

2011-10-13 12:30:38 AM

360 Bridge, Austin Texas 2007
2011-10-13 12:32:25 AM  
and another one just for fun...

Mansfield Dam, Austin Texas 2007
2011-10-13 12:36:50 AM  
they are adding lanes to the Huey Long bridge. to put the decking you first need framing.
2011-10-13 12:37:31 AM

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