The power plant was built in 1963 in Brayton point which took 225 acres away from land that was available for development. The power plant then closed in 2017. It is crazy to think that down by Brayton point there was once a beach. I could not imagine people going down to Brayton point and going in the water now a days. The 1960's also brought the making of the Braga Bridge. There is not as much land as there was back in the day, but I still was able to capture the beauty of what was remaining. I took photos using different angles and point of views. I tried to capture simple things like the water and rocks, but also be able to show major things like the Braga bridge, power plant, and the water towers. I chose this place because I grew up right next to it. I remember going down by the water with my family to look for some sea glass or it is even a perfect view of the fireworks on the fourth of July. My favorite shot is the one of the Braga bridge because I like the point of view and how clear the photo is. The lines of the bridge also allows your eyes to lead all the way through the photo to the city. I also like the one of the rocks on the ground (second pic) for an upward view, it shows the texture in the water and the little details on the rocks.