Metropolitain Waterworks – Final Image

This is my last image in this series. And my batch of images for posts is getting very low. No worries…there is enough for next weekend. I am off for two weeks starting 13 March. Let’s hope I can find some good shoots and stock up for next semester. CHeers!

30 thoughts on “Metropolitain Waterworks – Final Image

  1. reocochran

    I am heading newest post backwards in time, Chris. This has the right setting in your camera and your wonderful artistic “eye” displayed in this fantastic shot!
    I had my change in routine at work cause me to slide a heavy hamper (tote) full of auto parts down my leg and onto top of my foot on Friday! After being rather embarrassed, painfully finishing 3 hours of work went to office to feel berated, since I wanted to go to get xrays. It was found to be a moderate contusion and doctor at workman’s comp wrote “return to work with restrictions.” Anyway, drove home after work “a little down but not out!” Put ice pack on, heating pad on alternating as doctor’s orders, then prepared to hobble through an evening of Dr. Seuss and pizza with elementary school, family night. Only to find out my car wouldn’t start. Caught ride with sin, wife and kids, then all day Sat. the son and DIL’s grandpa tried various new paarts. (The throttle was just coughing in repetitive sound. New Dec. battery read fine! Long story or excuse but finally ready to play catch up on blogs, while waiting for noon tow truck arrival!
    (Phew! Essay was probably not necessary but went to a couple people’s blog to tell.)
    Hope you have a lovely 2 week break coming up, Chris! Will your wife be able to be off with you, too? ❀ πŸ™‚

      1. reocochran

        All is back in balance. Foot healing and traded car in. Life wasn’t as bad as it seemed. Family is so supportive emotionally. Cheers to you!

  2. Annie

    This is a most fascinating maze of metal, lights, color. Does one have the freedom to wander anywhere…. maybe climb those stairs in the photo? A series of the interior would be great in frames on a wall.

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      It is fascinating. Sadly, you can’t climb all over it, though I would have loved to. You can get to a glassed in room in the second level to make photos. They would be a nice series. It is amazing how pretty machines can be. 😊

  3. Miss Gentileschi

    Terrific! I just love these shots from the waterworks! Would love to see them printed in a beautiful art book someday! πŸ™‚ Have a great holiday and come back with more brilliant photos! ThatΒ΄s an order! πŸ˜‰

      1. Miss Gentileschi

        A little blur can be quite nice sometimes, depending on the subject of course. DonΒ΄t risk harming your equipment though, that would be too bad if the wind would blow over the tripod and the camera with it!

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