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Covered Bridge


Exposure Date: 2010:11:11 16:36:48;
ImageDescription: ;
Make: SONY;
Model: DSC-R1;
Exposure Time: 1/40.0 seconds s;
FNumber: f/5.6;
ISOSpeedRatings: ISO 160;
ExposureProgram: Other;
ExposureBiasValue: +-286331154 2/3
MeteringMode: Other;
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode;
FocalLength: 15.4 mm mm;
Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 9.0 Windows;

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Very unique and interesting image.  I have to give you an "A" for originality for catching the red reflection in the water to sandwich the water and riverbed on the other side of the bridge between the two red shapes.  It took me a few seconds to realize what i was looking at. I also like the pattern of branches (shadows) on the side of the bridge.  I dont think i have ever seen a covered bridge captured quite like this.  It looks almost like a collage of three photos; this is reinforced by the two black (dark) lines crossing the frame horizontally (the bottom leading edge of the bridge).  Excellent work, well seen and cleverly captured.   Regards - michel

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I totally agree with Michel. When looking at the thumbnail I was pretty sure that the picture would be an abstract. Wonderful capture!


Thanks for sharing,


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Like Michel, I was initially scratching my head over this one.  The red and gold colors are great, and the pattern of shadows on the side of the bridge add so much.  Very nicely done.

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I still had to read Michael's descripition before I truly saw the 'exact' image. A fantastic capture. Great 'eye' to 'see' the compositon in the first place.  Congrats on a TOP NOTCH SHOT!!!


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great composition, what an eye to see this quite like it was captured. I had to look a while before realizing the scenery. Best regards, Burak

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Interesting compoistion, had to watch it couples of tims to find out how it is build.

But now I know, well seen, like it very much. Especialy the colors!

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Super composition, well seen and executed.  The title is the key that unlocks the mystery of this image.  Seems abstract at first with wonderful reds and golds but you really pulled off quite a visual treat in this one. Well done, rek   Oh, thank you for your recent comment. Best regards.

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Just an art.  The sharp details are from the front to the end.  Still not figure out how it was done.  Great work.  Best Regards,

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