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English: Setts (cobblestones) of the St. Louis riverfront (foreground) and historic Eads Bridge over the Mississippi River (background). The piers of the bridge and the cobbles are both of red Missouri granite from the St. Francois Mountain region of the Ozarks. The image has been rotated and cropped (can't seem to hold that camera level!), and the contrast and saturation have been adjusted. In all other respects the scene is exactly as the camera recorded it.
Date 2009-01-21
Source Own work
Author Kbh3rd


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