Better Life dude wrote:MrMafia wrote:lol ok im going to put money down 75% of the men here do not know what "ivory" in color is.
We know Red Blue Green Yellow Pink Purple and Tan.
In a former career, I was a residential interior designer. For me ivory is one of about a dozen shades of white.
Ingersoll1978 wrote:I was thinking that a neutral color is probably best, especially if they want to do different lighting schemes through out the year.
hawk61401 wrote:Ingersoll1978 wrote:I was thinking that a neutral color is probably best, especially if they want to do different lighting schemes through out the year.
exactly, it could even look like a rainbow that's crossing over the river http://www.flickr.com/photos/pbo31/2162 ... t-1642942/
DMRyan wrote:I've noticed it's all about the light this bridge is viewed in. When it's bright and sunny, I see the ivory/white color. When it's cloudy or the parts of the bridge are shaded, it looks metallic gray.
dsmLA wrote:I was downtown for lunch (rarity anymore) and noticed they have both sides of the arc in place. This bridge is going to be striking when it is completed.
It will be white instead of blue, with one higher arch instead of two, and not just one, but three walkways.
You'll be able to see the river below with colored lights shining on the bridge," said Cramer.
"You're starting to see the arch come into place, worked on the third our to five. Next week it'll be done," said Cramer.
Ingersoll1978 wrote:Pics from the Asian Botanical Gardens looking towards the new Pedestrian Bridge and Downtown. This view is going to be one of my favorites...wow! These were taken last week...
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