And While We Were at the Project Site . . .

This is what we're driving on daily/© Janie Rosman 2014

This is what we’re driving on daily/© Janie Rosman 2014

So there we were on the Hudson River, checking out the super crane and the project. As our boat passed under the bridge, I took photos of the signs and symmetry. And then there were piles.

Next step in the pile capping process/© Janie Rosman 2014

Next step in the pile capping process/© Janie Rosman 2014

Sunny, clear and a little windy yesterday, perfect for spending time on the river. And although boating season’s coming to a close, the project continues as do restrictions for recreational boaters.

Governor Cuomo and your intrepid reporter/Phil Little

Governor Cuomo and your intrepid reporter/Phil Little

I’d wanted to meet the governor — in addition to local and regional officials, I met President Clinton when he spoke at the centennial celebration of my alma mater (Pace University) in 2006 — and saw a chance. Oh, I told you that.

It's amazing what a noon sun can do/© Janie Rosman 2014

It’s amazing what a noon sun can do/© Janie Rosman 2014

On another note, doesn’t the main span look much cleaner than the rest of the bridge? I noticed it yesterday, and again last night when I uploaded the pictures. We were on the river around 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and the sun was overhead.

I’d like to know what you think.

Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2014

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