Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Sepia Scenes #60: Bridge of Sighs


"The Happy Sighs"
Greensboro, NC - October 2009 (Click to embiggen)

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16 comments:

caite said...

love it, especially the shadows.

Mama Zen said...

I love the way that you've made this look as if it goes on forever.

Marice said...

what a great shot :)

u may view mine here

Dawn said...

Wow; this is amazing. I do like the tone; did you try black and white? It probably looked too harsh if you did. This way, the road looks never-ending. The shadows of the bridge are beautiful on the path, and the framing is great.

Daryl said...

Clearly I am terribly behind .. I just looked a 10 fabulous photo posts and I am sure if I scrolled down there are more I missed .. Mojo, you are one truly gifted shutterbug

Robyn Jones said...

Wow! How beautiful is that!!!

Julie@Momspective said...

What a great Wordless Wednesday! Hope you have a fantastic day!

The Wifey said...

I'm pretty sure I would have a heart-attack on that bridge. It's pretty... to look at from afar. *has a terrible fear of bridges*

Beautiful pic, though!

The Wifey

Titanium said...

Breathtaking and beautiful beyond words.

This is definitely my favorite WW of the day!

@nemonen said...

Lovely bridge. I love photos of bridges and this one was in my taste.

Day4plus said...

What a beautiful bridge. Love the shadows. It lends itself well to sepia.

Carletta said...

The lines, the tones, the shadows -well executed!
Round The Bend.

Mikabella said...

Lovely softness and light

Well-Read Reviews said...

Love images that are antique B/W sephia. Very pretty!

Allison
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Patti said...

Interesting lines and angles in this photo. I like the mood the sepia creates.

And I love the shadows!

Ralph said...

I like this bridge It's shadows and frame seem braided, as if the bridge is spun into a cord. The view underneath this artistic span must be beautiful, too...