30 thoughts on “Bridge support

    1. vovazinger Post author

      When I saw this landscape, I decided to take a picture and share it. Maybe someone will like this view as I liked it. Thank you.

    1. vovazinger Post author

      The construction of this bridge is very solid, nothing to worry about. I use this bridge all the time. I was struck by the different tones of rust from very light yellow to dark brown. Thank you very much.

  1. Brian Dean Powers

    I can imagine this as a sculpture, or an art installation. More linear on the left, more rounded on the right side. Contrasting textures everywhere. With a reflection that is not a mirror image.

    1. vovazinger Post author

      I tried to take this photo many times, but for some reason I couldn’t press the button. But this time I decided to do it and it looks like someone liked the result. Thank you very much.

      1. moragnoffke

        What I wanted also say is.. As an experimental artist I am toying with painting with iron oxides and other oxides because the natural colors fascinate me. Have a good evening.

      2. vovazinger Post author

        Unfortunately I can’t play with colors. The only way that is still available to me as a photographer is to splash something with water. This way I can get richer, more saturated colors. And rust is the great example of that.

      3. vovazinger Post author

        For artists, this is not very important, but photographers understand the difference between shots taken in sunlight and on a rainy day. Some even suggest having a bottle of water with you while shooting.

      4. moragnoffke

        That’s amazing! My daughter was studying photography and she was always telling me about taking shots on a sunny day or objects in direct sunlight verses on a bright day but in the protection of shade. But she never mentioned about water. It makes total sense when I think about picking up driftwood or shells… They look much nicer wet. When I get home and see them all dried they look boring 👍😀
        Like you say artist don’t find this important yet if I were to play with objects in and out of light or on different days of different light intensity and keep in mind those subtle moments light plays that might be interesting.
        thank you.

      5. vovazinger Post author

        This is why I really love to receive comments. Sometimes commentators, in addition to their thoughts about the photo, give very useful advice.

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