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    Posted by Jonathan on March 13th, 2004 (All posts by )


    10 Responses to “Photo”

    1. Peter UK Says:

      Jurassic Park?

    2. chicago p. Says:

      chicago boyz, eh… I will have to see what this is about. nice photog. It is very Jurassic Park-ish isn’t it?

    3. Sylvain Galineau Says:

      Does it ? I must have missed something in that movie…

    4. In-Cog-Nito Says:


      Tunnel vision?

    5. Anita Says:

      Sylvain – In part 3 or 4 or whatever number it eventually got to there was something similar.

    6. Tom Says:

      I’ve seen this – it’s from an ad:

      “Write now to find out how you too can use undergraduate students as an affordable alternative to lab rats in YOUR psych studies!”


    7. Scott Says:

      Clearly, this is the “futuristic whirling entrance” from the Sasquatch episode of the Six Million Dollar Man.

    8. Regis Says:

      I have been across this bridge many times as I live across US 1 from the Vizcaya Metrorail station in Miami. I was pretty sure I was the only Miamian to use this bridge until I saw this photo. The bridge is only a small piece of a huge waste of taxpayer money. If only the Metrorail actually went somewhere. Compared to the “el”, the “Metrofail” is fantastically useless. Nice photo, though.

    9. Jonathan Says:

      Regis, you are perceptive and I agree with you about the Metrorail.

      The “Jurassic Park” angle is new to me, as I haven’t seen the movie other than in a few brief clips on TV.

      When I first saw this pic I thought of a spider web, and almost posted a humorous caption about how its hypnotic effect was like that of a washing machine in action. It’s amusing how much differently different people can react to the same image.

    10. arbitraryaardvark Says:

      a similar structure at the u of delaware
      is usually called the habatrail.