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Uploaded 23-Nov-19
Taken 7-Apr-17
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Blue Hour over Eads Bridge Panorama

The iconic Eads Bridge spans the Mississippi River was completed by James B. Eads in 1874. Today, this St Louis landmark resides on the National Register of Historic Places. On this evening, high clouds muted the sunset colors ushering in the hues of blue hour while the warm glow of Laclede's Landing and the new completed Gateway Arch grounds.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/4.5 @ 14 mm, 6s, ISO 100, No Flash

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A twilight view of the Eads Bridge as it crosses the Mississippi River towards St Louis where the calm river reflects the bridge, skyline and Gateway Arch.