I have a River.... and a bridge...

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  1. ottor

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    And I can't stop taking pictures of them.... Here are 4 complete different views of the same bridge and river..

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    Nice work ottor, 2nd one is outstanding IMO :thumbup:, last one is a little too soft for me.
     
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    I like these! Number 3 is definitely my favorite w/ the fog and having it black and white really emphasizes the 'beak fathomless depths under the bridge'. The lone car up top is nice as well as it really adds a feeling of isolation to the scene.

    Plus I liked how you shared photos from all different seasons and times of day. :thumbup:
     
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    The bridge in and out of the fog, in B&W really provides a feeling...

    I also like how you are documenting the bridge in the different seasons.
     
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    Hang #2 on the wall! It looks great!
     
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    ottor, just want to commend you on #2. The color palette is one you don't see often.. really pretty. :thumbup:
     
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    The second one is really sick, and the last one is out of focus.
     
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    again #2 *clap* clap * love the reflection!, they really do wonders. very nice
     
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    2 and 3 are definitely keepers
     
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    I agree!
     
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    Two and three are the best shots. However, they both still feel soft to me. The second more than the third.

    Were these sharpened in PP?
     
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    Wow, number 2 made me stop scrolling instantly, great capture... what was the PP on this one? HDR? If so, well done.
     

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