Bridge over the Rio Grande

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  1. RKMS

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    This was in the middle of a bridge over the Rio Grande. I used a fish eye lens (not a very good one) to get as much of the steel as possible, but curious to get any other comments.
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    Hello RKMS and welcome to the forum.

    What were you thinking about when you shot the photo?

    Having a subject in mind helps one to convey the idea when shooting. I am not sure what the photo is about.
     
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    Hmm, that's a good question. I don't think I was really thinking about much at the time, just looking for anything that might look neat. The steel beams seemed cool, but I didn't think it would look very good only being able to get a few of the beams. The fish eye seemed like a decent way to get more of the beams in the photo and to give it a little twist.
    Thanks for the question...I'll be sure to think more about a subject in future photos!
     

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