With that rain comes floods along the Trinity River and reminders of the harebrained scheme to put a toll road under all the water (or over the new fake and yet-to-open suspension bridge). It also makes the Angela Hunt Hill Bridge look like it really needed to be something more than an overpass to cross the usual trickle.
While the Trinity normally rises over its banks once a decade, this is the third year in a row the river bottom has flooded.
Anyway, I’m obsessed with the Trinity when it floods so I ran out and got some pictures in the rain.
(more pictures below)
— David Taffet