July 23, 2011

Straight Out Of the Camera Sunday

I'm fascinated by the process of changing our freeway off ramps from straight to clover leaf.   This shot was taken on Friday morning; I was waiting in the left turn lane, right under the bridge.

This one was taken later in the day, same location, slightly different angle, and both SOOC.

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What are the rules for SOOC Sunday?

•On any Sunday you can post any photo you like (it must be one of your own)
•that hasn’t been tweaked or altered in any way (cropping is OK).
•In other words Straight Out Of the Camera.
Link to Murrieta365 in your post so others will know where to go if they want to join in the SOOC fun.

Go take more photos,


  1. I can understand your fascination, really I can. A major road from Toronto stops on the south side of my town but construction is ongoing to bring it through the middle of the town. Every time we travel from one side to the other we take a good look at the construction. :)

  2. really really interesting!! great shot!

  3. What an interesting process to watch. Great shots!


  4. looks like they making progress, very interesting to watch!

  5. Beautiful shots Jan ;o) Very interesthing!

    I can put my link in the linkthing, because I do not have a backlink it sas, but I have .. can you please help me out! Thank you

  6. It looks interesting shot but you did good. Happy SOOC Sunday. Mine is ready.

    Mine is here

  7. yes, this is quite interesting to watch. Especially during a period of time. :) Great shots.

  8. I was under the impression that cloverleaf interchanges weren't being built anywhere anymore. Shows you what I know!

  9. Hi Jan,
    Sorry about the double link. I was having some trouble. Love your pictures. It's amazing the way they turn cement, metal and manpower into highways. Have a great day!

    Food for Thought

  10. I thought the first shot was some kind of monument until I saw the second and read your post. Nice shot!

  11. Hi Jan, im back playing the SOOC. Ive been missing so many meme lately.

    Anyway, you are an amazing photographer to take a close picture of the construction.

    Thanks for sharing

  12. It's like the opposite of macro photography, isn't it? I admit I like watching the big equipment.


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