I just noticed the sharp line of shadow on the water suface from the bridge blocking the light of its own lamps. I've seen the same sort of thing on a smaller scale with the bay bridge here. It's quite pronounced from the water surface. The lights can be so bright that it's a relief when you paddle into the shadow of the bridge.
hey I just thought (after I posted the first comment about this) if your bored of just taking photos of it why not try a photomanipulation of it? i mean am sure you could come up with something intresting like Giant lady strooling down the water towards it or perhaps someone with there mouth open swallowing the brdige with a penguin the size of a air craft carrier swimming under you know have some fun and make something silly my put a bit of life into the photos
you know what it means when you are bored of pictureing all the wonderful things around you? FIED TRIP!! heheh wonderful love how the bridge looks like it has a gold light running along it and the reflection is pretty to
Fiddling so much with the links that I lost the sentence. <grumble>
I was fascinated by Allie ~CiRcUsSpiDeR's striking Letchworth bridge largely because I had taken server different shots of it myself.
<scuttles back under his rock>
For a while, maybe. But I'm not worried. That lady isn't about to let go of your imagination. She'll pull you back. And I'm looking forward to seeing what she shows you.
Seriously, you need the grand sweeps to put the other shots in perspective.
I would find my own Veterans Bridge 3 considerably less interesting if I didn't also know it from this view.
I was fascinated by Allie ~CiRcUsSpiDeR's striking Letchworth bridge if I had not taken serverdifferentshotsof it myself.