Sky is The Limit
I already photographed this bridge some day, but I still went out a did it again 🙂 This time it’s in B&W
f11, 20 sec, 18mm, ISO 100
A five star night photography!!! Cheers Nonoy Manga
Great night photo!
A great photo of a beautiful bridge.
What a wonderful photography…!
Great shots – well done!
Love this shot Pawel
Beautiful image! Brings back memories of my time in Buenos Aires and the Puente de la Mujer (a bridge designed by the same architect)
Congratulations on being Freshly Pressed–have a wonderful ride with it. Your photograph is breathtaking, Sally
Reblogged this on The Happy Snapper and commented:
Loving this photo.. Beautiful!
It looks amazing in black and white!
Thank you for sharing ,i like nice post
Very nice photo. What is the camera?
Nikon D300 with 18-200 lens 🙂
Love the water texture. Very futuristic
Monochrome works really well here. The long exposure water texture complements the flowing bridge and nearby building shapes. Excellent!
The way you captured the water is magnificent!
Congratulation on being freshly pressed!
Beautiful tones; well seen. Although the water is beautiful, there’s a little too much in the foreground for my taste, compositionally speaking.
Thank you for your opinion, much appreciate it, and will consider it in the future.
oh, yes 🙂
Right place, right time, it couldn’t be bad.
I go back to the same scene many times. I find it helps me to see it differently and come up with new interpretations.
Absolutely breathtaking! I found myself scanning every section of the photo, so that I could catch every little detail. Thanks for sharing!
Good Evening: Beautiful. Thanks for sharing how you took the photo. Vonn Scott Bair
wooww!!! that is magnificent!! 🙂
it is such a great shoot…
great picture, I left Dublin before they finished the bridge, nice to see it now
Top dollar and congratulations on being on the fresh pressed page today thursday 6th
Wow…. absolutely amazing.. What camera do you use?
NIkon d300 + nikkor lens 18-200
Thank you. I am thinking about taking up the craft seriously this year.
where is the bridge? I’m passing this on to a friend that toured with Beckett in Europe. Congrats on Fresh Press !
This bridge is in Dublin 🙂
Thanks for visiting my blog 😀
My pleasure. My friend was glad to see a great shot of the bridge. Thanks!
Stunning image of an impressive bridge. Very well done
Reblogged this on Santiago Pérez and commented:
El arquitecto Santiago Calatrava es el diseñador de este puente sobre el río Liffey en Dublin que lleva el nombre del escritor irlandés. También ha diseñado otro con el nombre de James Joyce sobre el mismo río y la misma ciudad.
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Great photograph, Pawel. Congratulation on appearing on a front page of wordpress.com. You absolutely deserved it! Keep doing your excellent work!
Great photos. Love the make up it´s super awesome 😀
wallpaper material !
Absolutely amazing! bravo 🙂
piękne zdjęcie. Pozwoliłam sobie wrzucic Twoją stonę z tym zdjęciem na moją fejsbukową krainę deszczowców..Pozdrawiam deszczowo..oczywiście..
Dziekuje 🙂 milo mi ze podobaja Ci sie moje zdjecia 🙂
It has been said before – but ‘stunning’ is just what comes to mind. Great!
beautifully sharp and clean.
Amazing photograph and beautiful dedicated bridge for Samuel Beckett… Thank you, love, nia
Yes this is sharp in b/w. An elegant example of architectural photography.
No idea where it is but it’s a cracking photo. I love bridges, and am off to Newcastle-on-Tyne today, which certainly has its share. Thanks for visiting me. Your header is glorious and I will surely find time to look around some more.
Beautiful black and white image.
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