The Eyelid

I used to go to school in Petaluma and was in the band. Every year, we would be a part of the marching band for the town’s “Butter and Eggs Day’ parade. It was usually when the weather got hot. We would have to wear skin tight polyester costumes while walking the hot streets of crowded downtown. Butter and eggs was the last thing I wanted to think about. Dairy was a bad choice. This is a view of the bridge over the Petaluma river in downtown Petaluma, CA. I was desperately trying to make a shot on the bridge work when I noticed that the bridge itself was pretty spectacular. Like the saying goes, if you look around and can’t find the subject of your photo, you are probably standing on it. The people on the bridge must have known what I was trying to do because they held pretty still for at least 15 seconds while I shot the brackets for this.

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