making a bridge interesting...

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  1. TomRussell

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    i'm kinda a stealth guy on these forums... i promise you i do read them! i just...don't post much.

    anyway, went out last night with my camera and my sigma 70-200 EX to see what i could get, and the following is the result - i spent alot of time around an old, dilapidated railway footbridge, to see if i could make it look any more interesting.

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    Enjoy!
     
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    I like 1 for it's viewpoint and DOF... very nice. The last one is great, too, for an awesome sky shot with the clouds being silouetted (sp) so nicely!
     
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    These are great, Tom!! I especially like the 1st, 2nd, and last ones!!

    Very, very nice!!! :thumbsup:
     
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    many thanks for the comments :)
     
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    I adore the second shot with the stairs. The angle it was taken at makes me feel almost nauseous (sp?) but I love the way it leads you up the stairs.

    They're all incredible pictures though. You've got some serious talent there!
     

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