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About Mike BuchholzI'm a New Hampshire-based travel photographer with a love of creative landscape, street, abstract, and nature photography. Whether you are here to follow my travel photoblog, read my stories from around the world, or just to browse through my extensive photo gallery of New England and world photography, I hope you enjoy your visit! Continue reading...
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- Alleyway; Naxos, Greece
- Doorway, Chowmahalla Palace; Hyderabad, India
- Crashing Waves; Rye Beach, NH
- Retreating for Shade; Taunggyi, Myanmar
- Curbside Fish Market; Yangon, Myanmar
- Preparing Dinner; Kalaw, Myanmar
- Traveling Through Charminar; Hyderabad, India
- Old Town Alleyways; Naxos, Greece
- Antique Door; Naxos, Greece
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Photo Gallery Style: Construction
A collection of some of the most beautiful "Construction" professional photographs & prints I've taken over the years. Please note there may be multiple pages of photographs so keep scrolling or look for the "Older Posts" button!
Construction crews are working on final preparations for the demolition of the iconic Memorial Bridge in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The original demolition was planned for this evening before midnight, but it has been delayed until Tuesday, February 7th and will take place during daylight.
The two million-pound truss lift will be disconnected and floated down the Piscataqua River on the pictured barge. The $81.4 million bridge replacement project is expected to be completed in the summer of 2013.
Built in 1923, the Memorial Bridge was dedicated as a World War I memorial, and spans between Portsmouth, New Hampshire and Kittery, Maine.
This was one of those shots that made for quite the spectacle, baffling all who strolled past: “Why is that guy laying on the ground taking a bunch of pictures of piping and garbage,” I could hear them thinking. Their inquisitiveness quickly turned to fear when I could be heard uttering, “Uh. Perfect! These pipes! They’re….they’re just perfect!”