We have a friend. She's a painter. She paints a lot of abstract pieces. She also paints bridges. Her favorite bridge to paint these days is Tukey's Bridge. It's a structure that separates Casco Bay from Back Bay. It's not a long bridge. It's not a pretty bridge. Like most bridges, it's big claim to fame is that it's functional. It gets thousands and thousands cars from here to there, along 295 each day. She sets up along the banks of the bay and paints. She even has Paulie bushwhacking at times for the perfect location. He usually stays with her, because she states it's not the most secure location for a gal to be alone. This picture today is not that bridge, but another image of the Casco Bay Bridge that stretches from Portland to South Portland. At first I thought, what is she up to? Are there no other subjects out there to paint? But I'm having second thoughts. The structures are intriguing.