Monday, October 16, 2006

New River Gorge Bridge


Welcome Instapundit readers... here's yet another fall color shot that's pretty nice. See more photos on my main page.

6 comments:

DaveG said...

Oooh, I'll bet an RV-6 could fly under that!

Emily Porter said...

I'm loving this one!

Rick Lee said...

Hi Emily... good to hear from you. Dave... that's the longest steel arch span in the western hemisphere (was the longest in the world for many years)... I'll bet you could fit a 747 under there. That's a double-length tractor trailer waaay up in the upper right hand corner. I've heard tell of planes flying under there, but of course I think it's a no-no. You'll have to fly down soon (before the leaves are gone) to have a look.

DaveG said...

Wow, that's bigger than it looked. Never mind flying under it - too easy. Maybe a loop....

Yes, I do need to get down to Charleston. I made it as far south as Portsmouth last week, but the trees were just starting to turn:

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Shuttered! said...

Wow! Incredible shot!

Emily Porter said...

Hi Rick! You know my dad! Also I used to see you every now and then when I worked at PPS. I love your blog. =)