Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 01/02/2012


Photo taken on January  2, 2011



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Huntington, West Virginia, favorite urban floodplain of Guyandotte River.

Huntington, West Virginia, favorite urban floodplain of Guyandotte River.
The reason the area is kept mowed is so you can spot the riparian copperheads & possums before it's too late & they're on ya. The strangely-placed sidewalk is part of the "Huntingtonians, Move!" initiative undertaken in response to the city's famously poor health statistics.

The traffic cone gives you an idea of how awesomely huge the bridge pier is.

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In the Guyandotte neighborhood of Huntington, West Virginia, on January 2nd, 2011, the east bank of the Guyandotte River as viewed from the south side of Bridge Street (West Virginia Route 2), under the East Huntington Bridge.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
TG320 Bridges—Foundations and piers—Pictorial works.
SB433.15 Lawns—United States—Pictorial works.
F249.H95 Huntington (W. Va.)—Pictorial works.

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