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02-06-2010, 08:39 PM   #91
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A Lift Bridge. Cherry Street, Toronto.


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A Lift Bridge. Cherry Street, Toronto.


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Mickey, Very interesting bridge, would like to see it in "action". Keep those Toronto bridges coming!
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Bridge. My double bass.


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Ramseybuckeye,

Thank you.

Unfortunately the shipping season is closed for the winter.
I have never seen it open but after the spring thaw I'll see what I can do.

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First post in this thread. Thought I'd show you my first attempt at shooting one of the local bridges here.

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A BRIDGE.


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Bridge over the Iesjohka in Finnmark, Norway.
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Bridge over an arm of the main pond at Biltmore Mansion in Asheville, NC.

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Does that count as a bridge?

Should I be posting pictures of my dad's dental bridge next?
dude, I was totally kidding at the time...
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Originally Posted by GoremanX View Post

Does that count as a bridge?

Should I be posting pictures of my dad's dental bridge next?

dude, I was totally kidding at the time...
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Shouldn't you ask your dad's permission if you want to expose his bridge to the view of thousands of people? He might not wish to be famous.

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Bridges

Here is one from the air. Mississippi River Bridge


I-280 Miss. River Bridge Iowa to Ill.
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Rainbow bridge in tokyo from across the bay

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EadsBridge, Mississippi River - St. Louis, Missouri USA



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Both K10D . K24/3.5

The first image loses a LOT of detail and sharpness in the upload to pbase.

When completed in 1874, the Eads Bridge was the longest arch bridge in the world, with an overall length of 6,442 feet (1,964 m). The ribbed steel arch spans were considered daring, as was the use of steel as a primary structural material: it was the first such use of true steel in a major bridge project

Eads Bridge


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Looks like you didn't want to venture across this road and get run over, but I kind of like seeing that road, it gives me a sense of being there. Here's my suggestion - clean that piece of dust off your sensor, it looks like that anyway. By the way, I really like that shot of the mission.



I like the inclusion of the dock where you shot this from, very nice.


I like the tree on the left, but not the pile of concrete or whatever that is. What's it look like cropped out?

Actually, the shot of the Coronado Bridge was taken from a sightseeing Trolly zipping along at 45 mph, and there was no way I was getting off at that speed! lol! Might be my eyes, don't see the dust you speak of but that's not to say it isn't there, know what I mean? I'll be sure to do a better job at keeping things clean. Thanks for the kind words on the Mission shot, it's my first of that type ever, and was impossible to pass up.
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St. John's Bridge, Portland, Oregon

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