The Bridge Is Down

This month, some people in my home city of Madison were pretty upset about the controversial decision to demolish the George L. Mosse Humanities Building Bridge.

You can read about it in the Wisconsin State Journal, here, or on Channel3000, here.

I felt sad when I learned about the demolition of the bridge because I studied at the University of Wisconsin Madison and have fond memories of walking across the bridge and enjoying the site of the beautiful city beneath me.

I also felt sad because the bridge was an important part of one of the most exciting days of my life: my album photo shoot.

When I did my album photo shoot, the extremely creative Maison Meredith Photography thought that capturing some photos with me on the bridge, with the city behind me, would capture the mood of my album.

And Maison Meredith Photography was right. The photos were perfect!

Here’s one:

 

Allison Merten on Humanities Bridge Photos by Maison Meredith Photography

Allison Merten on Humanities Bridge
Photos by Maison Meredith Photography

Here’s another:

Allison Merten Album Photo Shoot Maison Meredith Photography Humanities Bridge

Allison Merten on Humanities Bridge Photo by Maison Meredith Photography

And my favorite of the session on the bridge:

Allison Merten on Humanities Bridge Photo by Maison Meredith Photography

Allison Merten on Humanities Bridge
Photo by Maison Meredith Photography

I liked this one so much that it is on the back of my album! 😀

The memory of the George L. Mosse Humanities Building Bridge will live on through my album. 🙂

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