All 98 street lights lining the Ringling Bridge were retrofitted this week with light emitting diode (LED) technology. The new lights are 55 watts, as opposed to the old ones which were 205 watts, and are supposed to generate the same amount of light for drivers and pedestrians. When I took this photo it was one of the nicest evenings we've had in months: cool, with a breeze blowing off the bay. So, the bridge was bustling with walkers, runners, bicyclists, rollerbladers -- you name it. Rather than showing a packed bridge, though, I preferred this lone figure walking at dusk just as the street lights turned on. By the way, if you're wondering how a city can afford such a project during these tough economic times, it was funded with a federal energy grant.