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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by pictor, Dec 18, 2010.
Olympus E-P1, 18mm @ f/8, 1/30, ISO 200
Olympus E-P1, 9mm @ f/8, 1/60, ISO 200
Just one of the many brightly illuminated bridges in Guangzhou. Guangdong. China.
E-P2. Olympus 14-44 mm lens.
Shutter 2 secs.
From a recent trip to NYC, the Brooklyn Bridge:
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I live very close the The George Washington Bridge, so I have many. Here's a few of my favorite's
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Another in B&W
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And one using HDR
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Bridge to English Garden
I photograph this bridge often, I have it in all seasons and weather ... one day I will put together a gallery ...
E-P2, KH 57/1.4, f8ish?, ISO200
Was this 2 totally different days? Kinda weird how there's two shadows in the river ...
'Chinese' bridge at Wrest Park
Same day - the shots were taken within 3 seconds. Strange, I just noticed that.
The one on the left should be the shadow, the one on the right would be the reflection of the bottom of the bridge back to your position.
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E-P2 en route to Annapolis, Maryland
New Bridge, Bowcombe
This bridge was built across Bowcombe Creek on the Kingsbridge estuary in 1845 with stone quarried from quarries at both ends of the bridge. It turned the 2 mile long cul de sac that passed through my village into the main route into the market town of Kingsbridge.
When initially built the section on the extreme right was a wooden swing bridge that turned on a large stone ball to enable barge traffic to reach some mills further up the creek. As you can see that section has now silted up with a large build up of fine gravel and mud.
I don't imagine the original builder envisaged the size of vehicles that would eventually cross the structure, some of the larger vehicles such as the 93 Plymouth to Dartmouth bus service can be a rather tight fit and you do not want to try and drive the other way at the same time.
Panasonic G1 with 15mm, f/4.5 Voigtlander, shot a few weeks ago at high tide
Panasonic GF1 with 12mm, f/5.6 Voigtlander @ f/11, showing the bridge about 3 hours after low tide
Panasonic GF1 with 15mm, f/4.5 Voigtlander @ f/11 showing the relative narrowness of the bridge. I'm sorry about the bus being so dirty but the bus company ignored my request for a clean one
Bridge over canal Holland-Germany
Lift Bridge in Duluth MN
This is the Lift Bridge in Duluth, MN. It is a real beauty.
A foot bridge in American Fork Canyon, Utah.
Butchart Gardens - Japanese Bridge
Newport Bridge. Newport,RI 3:45 PM
Long time photographer. Just took the mu 4/3 plunge with a DMC-GF1.
Shot this today on the way to a client location...