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Cathie Rowand - The Journal Gazette
Eriberto Hernandez, left, and Antonio Rodriguez of R&C Fence install extra protection over a section of the Rivergreenway between Vesey Avenue and Juliette Avenue to protect walkers and bicyclists from rocks that were falling down from an overhead railroad bridge. The trail will be closed until the end of next week as decking on the boardwalk is replaced.

Cathie Explains Herself

Camera: NIKON D2H

Shutter: 1/200 s

Aperture: f/9

Exposure Setting: Shutter Priority

ISO: 400

Strobe Flash: Did Not Fire

Lens Focal Length: 42 mm

White Balance: Auto

Shooter's Comments:

Today, while shooting photos of Rivergreenway trail repair, an insect flew in the sleeve of my shirt and started crawling around on my back. When I reached in behind me to remove the intruder, it stung me. I cried out in pain and all the contractors working on the project stopped what they were doing and just looked at me. "Something stung me," I felt I had to explain. They hadn't noticed I was there taking pictures until I screamed.

I think it was a bee or wasp. I never saw it. Avoid using the Rivergreen way trail between Vesey Avenue and Juliette Avenue until Friday of next week when repairs should be completed.

- Cathie Rowand, Photojournalist

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