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Monday, 9 February 2009

Monochrome Monday


Another view of the bridge I posted on Saturday, taken from a different angle.


Monochrome Monday is hosted by Aileni.

More participants can be found through the Maniacs Linky.

25 comments:

Poopsie aka Blue said...

Now, this my favourite of the bridge - love the lines crossing over.

Blue
x

Aileni said...

The B&W makes this a new look at a familiar sight.

Debbie said...

Great Photo..

vincibene said...

Wonderful picture!

BJ Roan said...

Strange how it doesn't look that daunting from this angle. The lines make for a really nice mono.

Babooshka said...

I like bridges or the connecting the unreachable factor. The mono really shows off that smooth bridge arc. Very inviting image.

Dina ... UK said...

I had to look at your other photo of the bridge.
Amazing how different it looks.
Good mono.

earthlingorgeous said...

Nice capture even at black and white the bridge looks much alive here :)

Oh btw. I think I may have confused you a bit with my writing about the autism, I read it again and edited to make it more clear. But yeah Rita Jordan was among the few people I've heard who made sense.

I think I may have manifest some Asperger characteristics too. And I am not surprised about you and your son undiagnosed since asperger was just named in 1994.

Thanks for the encouragement. I will write more about autism and what I've learned from the conference and from experience as well about autism.

Earthlingorgeous

Robin said...

What wonderful lines that bridge has. Nice capture.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I like the simple curved lines of the bridge against the background.

Catherine said...

Like the B&W picture. It add simplicity. And the play with lines is great in Monochrome.

michael bird said...

Nifty bridge photos, dragon lover. Big enough for a small dragon maybe but a whole bunch of fairies. (: (Gotta go find my fairy name. Hmm - Columbine Icefilter, a bone chilling bringer of justice for the vulnerable. Very cool...)

June said...

Very dreamy feel to this...the B&W really does it...

Daryl said...

That is an interesting shot ... and now I must go see the other angle ...

JC said...

Excellent! This has such a different, and pleasing, feel from your Photo Hunt versions. This would look awesome hanging on a wall!

The Weaver of Grass said...

There is something about monochrome that gives every picture such atmosphere - I love it.

John said...

What a beautiful bridge you have captured.

Lene said...

Beautiful, beautiful! And great to see it in monochrome too.

I whish you a wonderful week - and I hope for sunshine every day :)

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Very atmospheric.

victor said...

nice shot!! especially when you made it to black and white.

CherryPie said...

I love the contrast of darkness and light.

Liz said...

Lovely angle. it looks completely different from here.

storyteller said...

Very nice ... I seldom think about monochrome, but this is striking. Methinks I'll revisit my PH Bridge posts with B&W in mind and share sometime soon just because.
Hugs and blessings,

James Higham said...

Monochrome is so atmospheric.

maryt/theteach said...

What a great bridge to photograph Dragonstar! Excellent! :)