Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by WildBill, Oct 25, 2005.
The Assunpink Creek, Trenton, NJ.
I love that second one.
There was so much to shoot there and, only 1/2 hr lunch break to eat and shoot in. (camera in one hand sandwich in the other)
I like the second as well. I don't care for the frame in #2 though. The grey band is kind of distracting.
Amazing what big rivers (according to our standards here) you still call "creeks" .
I like both of these (and am glad you did not touch your lens with greasy sandwich fingers half-way through your lunch-break-shoot ), the bridges are very different and therefore change the atmosphere of the photos very much --- the second bridge is older and gives the photo a more romantic look. The first is red and modern and high and quite prominent. So that photo is more one of the bridge than of the river (erm: CREEK ... , can't get over that ), but no: there is a good balance given between the two motifs.
You should venture out in your lunch break more often and cover everything around your place of work .
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