Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves
Saint Louis is the perfect city for photographing curves. And to find them all you have to do is take a trip down to the riverfront and visit THE JEFFERSON NATIONAL EXPANSION MEMORIAL.
But everyone calls it the GATEWAY ARCH!
The ARCH actually is a 630-foot tall catenary curve planted 60-feet deep in the bedrock of a natural bluff overlooking the Mississippi River. Catenary means it is the shape a free-hanging chain takes when held at both ends.
Check out this gallery of curves …
Posted on June 15, 2013, in Weekly Photo Challenge and tagged curves, Gateway Arch, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, photography, Saint Louis, Wicket City. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.