Posts Tagged With: Bridges in Fish-eye

London

For the first 7 days of each month, I like to do a photo-essay with a theme picked by my audience. This month, it will be bridges in fish-eye. Categorized by city in alphabetical order, lastly, we end up London to check out Tower Bridge, as highlighted in Day 2: February 23, 2012: London. This time, it’s a more standard shot of the bridge, but with the twist that fish-eye adds. As I was going through photos to choose the 7 for this week, I contemplated not using this, but the soft lighting for the sun complimented the blue and white sky and bridge so well that I had to. It fits the theme too perfectly!

Tower Bridge in London, England, which spans the River Thames.

Don’t forget to have your input on the theme for the month of April! Poll #2 coming March 23rd!

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Bridges in Fish-eye – Göteborg

For the first 7 days of each month, I like to do a photo-essay with a theme picked by my audience. This month, it will be bridges in fish-eye. Categorized by city in alphabetical order, we continue in Göteborg, Sweden to check out the Älvsborg Bridge. The river floating underneath the bridge is the Göta älv, though in comparison to some of the other bridges feature… It’s pretty massive!

Älvsborg Bridge which crosses the Göta älv in Göteborg, Sweden.

Don’t forget to have your input on the theme for the month of April! Poll #2 coming March 23rd!

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Bridges in Fish-eye – Glasgow

For the first 7 days of each month, I like to do a photo-essay with a theme picked by my audience. This month, it will be bridges in fish-eye. Categorized by city in alphabetical order, we continue in Glasgow Scotland. Officially known as the Glasgow Bridge, it spans the River Clyde, much like the Portland Street Suspension Bridge as highlighted in Day 4: February 25, 2012: Glasgow. Locals tend to call the Glasgow Bridge the “Jamaica Bridge”, being that it’s close to Jamaica Street. Here it is in all it’s glory.

Glasgow Bridge, or the Jamaica Bridge in Glasgow Scotland which crosses the River Clyde.

Don’t forget to have your input on the theme for the month of April! Poll #2 coming March 23rd!

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Bridges in Fish-eye – Dublin

For the first 7 days of each month, I like to do a photo-essay with a theme picked by my audience. This month, it will be bridges in fish-eye. Categorized by city in alphabetical order, we continue in Dublin, (The Republic of) Ireland. This photo is of the Samuel Beckett Bridge which crosses the River Liffey. The shape of the spar and its cables is said to evoke an image of a harp lying on its edge. How much more Irish can you get?!

Samuel Beckett Bridge and the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland.

Don’t forget to have your input on the theme for the month of April! Poll #2 coming March 23rd!

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Bridges in Fish-eye – Cambridge

For the first 7 days of each month, I like to do a photo-essay with a theme picked by my audience. This month, it will be bridges in fish-eye. Categorized by city in alphabetical order, we continue in Cambridge, England where the River Cam is found below the Magdalene Bridge. Due to the river under it and the city, the bridge is originally know as the Cam Bridge, although it is far from the city’s most famous bridge. Notice the little boats or “punts” in the right bottom corner, as they are a common sight in Cambridge.

Magdalene Bridge in Cambridge, England with the River Cam flowing below.

Don’t forget to have your input on the theme for the month of April! Poll #2 coming March 23rd!

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Bridges in Fish-eye – Berlin

For the first 7 days of each month, I like to do a photo-essay with a theme picked by my audience. This month, it will be bridges in fish-eye. Categorized by city in alphabetical order, we continue in Berlin, Germany with another photo of a bridge crossing the Spree River called the Weidendammer Bridge. Fun fact? In German, bridge is brücke.

Weidendammer Bridge (Brücke), which spans The Spree River in Berlin, Germany.

Don’t forget to have your input on the theme for the month of April! Poll #2 coming March 23rd!

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Bridges in Fish-eye – Berlin

For the first 7 days of each month, I like to do a photo-essay with a theme picked by my audience. This month, it will be bridges in fish-eye. Categorized by city in alphabetical order, we begin with a visit to Berlin, Germany to see the Moltke Bridge, which crosses over the Spree River.

Moltke Bridge crossing the Spree River in Berlin, Germany.

Don’t forget to have your input on the theme for the month of April! Poll #2 coming March 23rd!

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