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Posted By: othar, 12-03-2021, 02:31 PM

Another view of the new bridge in Linz, Austria.



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12-03-2021, 05:14 PM   #2
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They went all out to make this bridge look futuristic. Do high-speed trains travel over it? Your captures of it with excellent lighting, detail and star bursts really show off the design and engineering that went into creating it. Well done.
12-03-2021, 05:58 PM   #3
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They went all out to make this bridge look futuristic. Do high-speed trains travel over it? Your captures of it with excellent lighting, detail and star bursts really show off the design and engineering that went into creating it. Well done.
Many thanks.
High-speed trains sadly haven't been approved of on the bridge. At the moment buses, cars, bicycles (+scooter) and pedestrians are the only occupants, but within the next decade there will be added tracks for either a tramway or a city train (a final decision is still pending)
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QuoteOriginally posted by othar Quote
Another view of the new bridge in Linz, Austria.

Again: well done, even more impressive than the prvious one.

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Excellent!
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Awesome photo of the fascinating bridge. Actually, I'm sure you've got several great pictures of it with various viewpoints and focal lengths. You make it look absolutely great in the night time lighting.

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Super shot - well composed and captured! Thank you!
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Very strong, graphic composition. I'd like to make a fully B&W treatment of that, it's really good!
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Awesome photo of the fascinating bridge. Actually, I'm sure you've got several great pictures of it with various viewpoints and focal lengths. You make it look absolutely great in the night time lighting.
Thanks, I have several good pictures indeed, although this is probably the best (apart from the B&W version)

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Super shot - well composed and captured! Thank you!
No, thank you!

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Very strong, graphic composition. I'd like to make a fully B&W treatment of that, it's really good!
Many thanks! I actually have a monochrome version of this image (just haven't uploaded it yet), it looks nice indeed.
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Interesting architecture.
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Terrific night and architecture shot in one image! I really like your positioning to get this perspective of the bridge.
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Excellent photo.
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I'd like to make a fully B&W treatment of that, it's really good!
Here is my B&W interpretation

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Interesting architecture.
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Terrific night and architecture shot in one image! I really like your positioning to get this perspective of the bridge.
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Excellent photo.
Thank you!
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