Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Very cool, EG. In my drivings around I see those little houses on old railroad bridges--all rusty. I may have a photo op and passed it by. You have such a keen eye. MB
I agree with SCS - you do have an excellent eye for an image.
This is a great subject for a b&w! All those lines and angles! Terrific!
Wow, this is neat with that house in there..great image-
Fantastic, as always!
This is a tremendous monochrome picture. I'm guessing that the bridge is some kind of drawbride. Very well done.
Super mono shot - always a good subject.
Very nice, EG. I would like to see a picture from a distance now to get perspective.
Great subject for monchrome!
What a great detail of the bridge. Great shot!
Simply fantastic! Love the subject and the capture.
Great monochrome picture, EG....Hope you have a great week.Hugs,Betsy
I LOVE THIS, this is one of my fav ones this week so far. I love all athe angles.
I think I would love to climb up there and feel the breeze and of course shoot a few shots! :)
What an amazing structure!
Wonderful shot and great in black and white!! Have a nice week!
Lovely image, very well captured...
I suppose that is just a small part o some kind of bridge that can be opened or swung away - a great shot with lots of lines and angles to enjoy.
I love the grainy feel to this - such a cool image!
What a great choice of image, you really do have a wonderful eye.
Hi and thank you for visiting my blog! Wow, your picture was really dramatic!
Big coincidence; my wife was born in Rochester NY, I wonder if she knows the bridge?
I think you have a great eye for shots like this and your monocrome pictures are amongst the best I come across...
Great visual, the lines really make your eye travel through the picture.Darla
Talk about a rust belt.
Love all the sharp lines, EG! Mine will be up on Wednesday! :)
I have a friend who lives in Rochester .. nice town .. nice shot
Awesome! Great shot and lines.
Oh, I love all the lines, angles and patterns! Perfect monochrome.
Great composition and capture.
Love all the lines and angles in this fascinating photo! Thanks for visiting mine at Sacred Ruminations. I have much to learn ;--)Hugs and blessings,
I grew up near this bridge. It looks much better in your photo than I remember it in real life.Calico Contemplations
You did a great job of capturing this gorgeous structure. It looks awesome. Just perfect for b&w.
Great job! This is a really cool looking picture.
Interesting subject made more vivid by the use of black&white. Nice!http://threeriversdailyphoto.blogspot.com/
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