Millennium Bridge 4

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A view of the lateral suspension cables of the bridge (and the new dampers mentioned in another shot of the bridge), and the handrail pointing directly at St Paul's. This picture was an experiment in composition that breaks a few rules. The main subject is well towards one side of the frame, and is much smaller than might be expected for a subject. However, the cables and handrail point so forcefully to the subject that I think it overcomes its small size and positioning. What do you think?


Guest - Sep 22, 2007 06:16 AM EDT
agreeing with the other lister's comments, Steve (one thing about being late, it saves writing it all again :) But I must need new glasses, as cannot see the hands of the beggar.
Guest - Dec 19, 2006 11:17 AM EDT
Thanks Beverly, glad you liked it as well!
Guest - Dec 19, 2006 11:13 AM EDT
What a unique perspective - but it works.
Guest - Dec 18, 2006 08:58 AM EDT
Thanks Tania. I'm glad you like it as it's a shot I'm rather proud of! And did you notice that to the right of the handrail you can see two disembodied hands which belong to a beggar whose pitch is on the bridge? I only noticed this when a friend pointed them out to me!
Guest - Dec 18, 2006 05:10 AM EDT
I love this photo Steve. You are taken into the photo to the building to the RT and also the building to the Lt of the photo. Very interesting and thought provoking photo
Guest - Dec 13, 2006 04:18 PM EDT
Glad it worked for you Mike. The rules are there to be broken sometimes!
Guest - Dec 13, 2006 03:35 PM EDT
well after reading this a few times yes it does make one's eyes follow to st pauls cath. so yes a good photo and good experiment to thanks for sharing steve
Guest - Dec 10, 2006 08:20 PM EDT
Thanks Lorraine!
Guest - Dec 10, 2006 07:38 PM EDT
I do like this set of shots, but you need to look at all of them to really see the bridge. just one photo dosent tell it all. very well done

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