Chicago's Southside and northern Indiana may no longer be major producers of steel, but the network of bridges spanning the Chicago River reflect the area's industrial past. Standing under the Columbus Avenue bridge on the south bank of the Chicago River looking up.
The Bridge was completed in 1983, but it was forced to close for seven months when the gears used to open the bridge cracked.
Sony Alpha 7Rii, G-Master 23-70; Shutter Speed 1/160; F5 Aperture; 27mm Focal Length; 200 ISO. Post Processing Adobe Photoshop, ACR, and Silver Efex (Applied a Curve; Toned with Sepia, Opacity of the Sepia Layer Set to 40%).
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