Monday, November 10, 2008

Perspective 2

This is the pedestrian bridge over Henley Street. There is also a pedestrian crosswalk at street level, but I fail to understand why anyone would want to brave eight lanes of rip-roaring traffic that has little to no respect for pedestrians.
This is another experiment with perspective. Look at the design the lines create! Look at those tiny, tiny people going through the eye of the needle! Also, I decided to leave the photo as is with a bit of a tilt so it looks like the bridge is listing to port. Uh-oh.
Friends, I am dealing with some big events in my life right now, so I'll be on autopilot and timed posts until things settle down. I miss visiting your blogs and commenting on all your creative photos, but I'll at least scan the portal to see what's going on in CDP-land!

7 comments:

Virginia said...

FAB! Love this one. So much to see and admire. You hang in there . We'll be here when you get yourself a breather. Well I may be in Paris, but you know what I mean!HA :)

marley said...

Great perspective, really good and very effective in black and white.

Keep your chin up and don't worry about the visiting thing, we'll all still be here. Stay happy :)

babooshka said...

You know my thoughts on visiting, Sod it. Just post these smashers. I agree about the tilt, against the sheer geometric lines. Gives a really swoosie drunken feeling.

Hope said...

Hope things calm down for you soon...I just walked this bridge a few days ago....you've captured it so well!

Leedra said...

I drive under this bridge alot, did this evening. Think I have only crossed it one time.

Don't worry we will still be here when you return, still doing what we do. Come to visit as you can. With my hectic life that is what I do, sometimes not very often except the ones I have as following. Those I know when they update...you included.

Saretta said...

Nice photo. Hope all is well, I'm going through a similar period myself...hang in there!

Bob Crowe said...

This is a very cool photo. The bridge looks kind of rickety. It makes me thing of a simple rope bridge swaying over a canyon.

I hope whatever is troubling you blows away like a change in the weather. Peace.