This shows it in the daylight. It is a bridge in the centre of Edinburgh but I don't know what it is called. Anyone from Scotland on here feel free to suggest the name.
Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
- the fun's in finding them
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Hey Adrienne...looks like your thread took off!
Here's my contribution...
Queensboro Bridge (A.K.A. 59th Street Bridge), Manhattan...
Canon SD500, ISO 50, f/4.5, 1/320 sec.
Kharkiv. Ukraine. Olympus C-765UZ. March, 26, 2005
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Kharkiv. Ukraine. Olympus C-765UZ. Jan, 14, 2005
Yesterday I took a walk in the little park behind my apartment to practice taking better photographs. These bridges are just small ones in the city, but it's always fun to have something to post.
And I just started playing with the "black and white" setting on my camera:
Funny how some photos make you want to walk across the bridge, and others make you want to walk under the bridge.
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Good job everyone. This is in Boston. I don't know anything about these bridges except that this is the view from the ferry.
Maybe I should change my name to
An Amature Nomad!
It's really interesting to see different bridges from all over the world. Keep em comin
This is Confederation Bridge, the longest bridge in Canada (12.9 km long). It connects the province of Prince Edward Island to the rest of Canada. I took this pic from the island side.
Originally Posted by SilverTurtle
And I just started playing with the "black and white" setting on my camera
Good job! But may be select sepia effect? See picrure below