Water Under the Walnut Street Bridge

I plan to visit Chattanooga, Tennessee again before the end of the year to see some of the wonderful sights in this city.   Cities with main bodies of water are always an attraction to me – the feeling I get when close to water is soul soothing.

I was especially excited during my last visit to get up close and personal with the Walnut Street Bridge, one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the country.  The geometry of the beautiful blue trusses speak to my engineering mind.  It’s moreso a reminder of how much I wanted to be an architect when I was younger, not necessarily a reminder of my required civil engineering statics and dynamics course from college (that experience is one I do not want to remember, even if I did manage a good grade).

At night during special events, it’s great standing on the bridge and watching the sailboats and yachts light up the waters on the Chattanooga River below.  One day I hope to be one of those yacht owners looking up at the city’s many tourists watching down from above on this beautiful bridge.

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2 thoughts on “Water Under the Walnut Street Bridge

  1. Josh here from the BlinkPack blog. Chattanooga is a fantastic city — I love visiting whenever I have the chance. I wish you all the best with your blogging. Cheers!

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