Portfolio Images - David Poole

Red Rain

This is my favorite perspective of the Natchez-Vidalia bridge. This passageway over the Mississippi River is composed of twin cantilever bridges with the eastbound bridge being 40 years newer and slightly wider. Because of this, it's impossible to have a perfectly symmetrical shot from underneath. That will never stop me from trying though.

This photo was taken in the summer of 2017- a few days before the west bound bridge was closed for two years worth of maintenance. This was my only chance to get his photo before the work began so I braved the storms and I'm glad that I did. This was taken around dusk and the light from the setting sun gave the rain clouds a red hue.