CLASSIC BLACKSTONE RIVER AND CANAL – BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY

BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: TYPICAL


A typical picture of our river. This may be beyond typical … closer to “classic.” It is where the river and canal separate (again) in Uxbridge. The bridge is classic, too. You can see these all over New England.

The Blackstone River and Canal in Uxbridge

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11 thoughts on “CLASSIC BLACKSTONE RIVER AND CANAL – BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY”

    1. These little stone bridges last a couple of hundred years. They have to repoint the stones and repave the road, but the structure is solid. Unless there’s a flood and the banks wash away, of course. That’s a different crisis.

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  1. A fine pic, Marilyn. Speaks to me of simpler times, long gone by, but which still stand strong today.

    Humans used to know how to build and create things that would outlast their creators. Nowadays something can be obsolete before it hits the shelves.

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  2. Yes, I love your use of classic for both picture and the structure. Beautifully photographed and rendered. I love the shadow that underlines the bridge. Canals and bridges are great photographic subjects if one knows what he/she is doing and you do absolutely 🙂 Thank you, Marilyn for this classic entry!

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