Before the Collapse of the bridge

This last week one of my photography friends was there…at the bridge and took pictures. Weird that it’s all a pile of rubble now!




It’s amazing that something this huge could crumble!

Alicia - August 2, 2007 - 4:00 pm

Thank you for blogging it is an absolute tragedy what has happened, we live about 2 hours from the Cities and were just there on Mon. night for the Twins game and went across that thoughts, prayers and heart goes out to all the families affected.

Do you have any update you can give us on the condition of Sylas & Ryan and Brianna? I think of them so often and check your site and their’s for any type of update many times during the day.

God Bless you for being such a wonderful friend to the Morrison’s, and a wonderful photographer!!

Take Care~~You all are in my thoughts and prayers!!

Jodi from Burnsville - August 2, 2007 - 10:47 pm

Those are amazing photos of the bridge! I have been glued to the coverage all day. Such a tragedy. I am praying for all the families affected by this horrible event. I, too, found your webiste because of the Morrisons but have continued to read your blog and enjoy all your photos. You are very talented!

Mark - August 3, 2007 - 1:48 am

Please ask your friend to share the bridge pictures with the NTSB! They look like pretty high-quality pictures, and coming from so close before the incident, they could reveal things to the trained eyes of the NTSB experts.

Joyce - August 4, 2007 - 9:04 pm

I love the photo of the bridge at twilight. Sad that it is gone. So often when I would drive across it I’d look at the city of Minneapolis, such a beautiful perspective from that bridge, especially at sunset. Always wished I could capture that on film, but rather hard to do when speeding across the bridge amid traffic. Now that can never happen.
Thanks, Noemi, for posting these photos..

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