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  #155 On the Bridge
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After Dark       ©2015 leanneqld
Olympus E-M1       2nd place, 181 points
21s, f22, ISO 200, 62mm, Manual, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Cropped. Converted to Black and White. Reduce noise. Darken the Blacks. Resized.       Extra Info: On the right is the older bridge which accomodates 4 lanes of traffic and a very narrow footpath. On the left is the new pedestrian and cyclists (no auto traffic) add-on. I'm standing on the piece that connects one to the other.
 
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leanneqld
Apr 3, 2015
    Thankyou mrsawyer

mrsawyer
Apr 3, 2015
    My #1 as well. Congrats on your high finish and great shot!

leanneqld
Mar 31, 2015
    Thanks Lo

Lo
Mar 30, 2015
    Congratulations - beautifully captured.

leanneqld
Mar 30, 2015
    Thanks Robert....and thanks for the votes and comments . Much appreciated.

RobertLavker
Mar 30, 2015
    My number 1. Simply outstanding - congrats on 2nd place.

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Lo
Mar 30, 2015
    Beautifully crisp. B&W is a great choice.

aoc46
Mar 29, 2015
    Well-executed night shot and a different take on "lines receding into the distance."

Edward
Mar 29, 2015
    Wonderful perspective. Sharp, clear image and beautifully processed B&W.

leanneqld
Mar 28, 2015
    The bridge is not tilting.........the rail and lights are on an angle, yes but the bridge is parallel to the river.(it's deceiving) If you look at the cross supports on the pillars they are also level.
Edited on Mar 30, 2015

babysister
Mar 28, 2015
    I feel a little insecure with the tilt on the left bridge but nevertheless a very interesting and crisp photo.

forkcandles
Mar 27, 2015
    a good night shot of both bridges . well done

SteveBee
Mar 27, 2015
    Very nice composition and point of view. Very sharp for such a long exposure, but create depth of field. By darkening the blacks you have really focused on the lines of the bridges. I am puzzled by the tilt of the bridge on the left whereas the on the right is vertical.
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