This is a very unusual angle. Love it. And I love San Francisco. 🙂
it really look so high than usual. perhaps it how you took the photo. Great shot then!
Great images. I especially like the one of the new construction framing the old tower. That's a view that won't exist when they finish the overpass.
I would hate to take that offramp by mistake!
nice ww i agree i wouldnt want to take that exit yet 🙂
Cool shot, wonder when it will be completed.
Wow! Didn't do WW this week, but wanted to say Wow! about that photo!
Thank you for the kind words about Georgia~
Wow! That's a big highway!!! High too 😉
Last stop, everybody out!
I don't think I want to take 5th street. Well, not right now anyway. Awesome shot. Have a great WW. 🙂
Hah! The proverbial 'road to nowhere' I guess. Good one.
These photos are from underneath the San Francisco approach to the Bay Bridge (I-80). It is in the process of being rebuilt (it was left in a rather funky state after the 1989 earthquake). As some people have noted, the highway is rather high above the ground level here, it's really interesting to walk underneath on Third Street (and I find myself doing so on a not-too-infrequent basis).
Actually, the Fifth Street exit is further down the road and quite intact – in fact it's the exit I usually take when returning to the city from the East Bay 😉
Hmmm. Wonder what the road's like going the other direction.
Nice pics. Happy WW!
It's H-U-G-E. I wonder how huge it is. I like the second photo where it shows another building from a distance.
…but the question is… how badly has the overpass construction snarled traffic to make things "better"? 🙂
Those double decker highways gave me the willies when we honeymooned there in 8/89. Of course, a couple of months later, they came crashing down too!
I love your sweet kitties…so beautiful!
Thanks for the visit!
WOWIE KAZOWIE! That's ginormous!!!
Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!
The real question is how bad does it back up traffic during the construction…lol.
Thanks for sending Orange Boy purrs and get well wishes. He is doing much, much, better now.
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