Bethlehem Steel

After dropping off a photograph for the InVision Photo Festival on Monday afternoon, I joined a group from Dan’s Camera City on a walk along the Hoover-Mason Trestle. The pedestrian bridge follows what was once a narrow gauge rail used to haul coke, iron and limestone to the blast furnaces of Bethlehem Steel.  To mark Breast Cancer Awareness month, the LED’s colored the stacks pink, rather than their usual blue. Monday also happened to feature a super moon.


The last time I took any images of “the steel”, I used Kodachrome slides and an infrared filter; probably 35 years ago.