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Railings

Posted by
Anthony Morgan Lambert (Bielefeld, Germany) on 21 May 2009 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

Bielefeld,Germany
no Graffitti !!

FUJIFILM FinePix S8000fd 1/320 second F/4.5 ISO 100 5 mm

A few shots this week that are a bit abstract or different.

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

lol I had to do a double take, then go and look at yesterday's :)
Nice one Anthony. Love the sky too.

21 May 2009 6:32am

chrissy from uk, United Kingdom

much nicer than yesterdays!!

21 May 2009 6:59am

@chrissy: Exactly the same bridge though,just from the other side !!

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

I did the same as Mary, had to double check yesterday's :). Another great shot!!

21 May 2009 7:38am

Linerberry from Sumner, Christchurch, New Zealand

....and I did the same!!! Love how the eye is led into the image in a zigzag!! Great work!!!

21 May 2009 7:41am

MrsAmber from West Wickham, United Kingdom

And so did I! You've kept us on our toes today (not a bad achievement as I sit at my desk!). It is a nicer bridge than yesterday..the shot is just as magnificent as yesterday's..B&W is so good for a shot like this. Are the two arches from the bridge over the track to stop people throwing things onto the trains or - god forbid- jumping off, do you know/think?

21 May 2009 9:12am

@MrsAmber: Yep,your right...To stop people throwing things down onto the overhead electric cables !!

jeff (aka dogilicious) from Millerstown, PA, United States

Great comparison to yesterday's. Cleaner than yesterday's but not necessarily more interesting.

21 May 2009 10:20am

@jeff (aka dogilicious): Yesterdays was all about the graffitti I think,todays more about the railings and the lines !!

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Love the lines, so clear, there's something about bridges that is very special, you've captured it here ;)

21 May 2009 10:48am

@Lorraine: Cheers Lorraine !!

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

Same kind of compositional structure as yesterdays. A nice way for the eye to travel. Would have liked just a tad more on the right hand side to stop the eye shooting out of the frame though.

21 May 2009 11:05am

@grouser: I was too busy trying to keep the whole bridge in frame to notice the railing exiting stage right(Ill go back and have a look at the other shots I did that day and see if I did any better on other ones)

Marion from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

Another well composed picture. So good in b&w. I think it peaks one's imagination more than a colored picture. ??

21 May 2009 2:47pm

@Marion: Nicely said Marion,I also think it tends to make so many hidden details really stand out !!

LESLIE from norwich, United Kingdom

Great - love the B & W ....

21 May 2009 3:34pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Very nice composition.

21 May 2009 5:05pm

willow from Chelsea, United States

I like the intersecting lines of the railings and the stark contrast of them with the puffy clouds. Guess I missed your relocation to Deutschland. How are you liking it?

21 May 2009 5:52pm

@willow: I think you may have the wrong end of the stick Willow(or your mixing me up with my Father or Brother who also post on AM3/Jeff and Alun).I´ve lived in Germany since being posted out here in the Army in 1986.I´ve worked as a civilian since 1989 and have been married to my dear wife for nearly 20 years.
I do tend to post a lot of shots taken in the UK,I try to get back to Wales once a year if possible...

Alun from Cheshire, United Kingdom

crackiing shot dude, really like there's city shots

21 May 2009 6:17pm

@Alun: Thanks mate,someone in Cheshire that likes my city shots(that makes a change)

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

I prefer this side !

21 May 2009 7:40pm

Bro from London, United Kingdom

Nice shot. Sometimes the sky is the only beautiful thing in a city.

21 May 2009 9:32pm

jamesy from christchurch, New Zealand

great shot I like those arches over the cables

25 May 2009 9:17am

FUJIFILM FinePix S8000fd
1/320 second
F/4.5
ISO 100
5 mm