Urban landscapes: Inside the Peace Bridge
INSIDE THE PEACE BRIDGE, CALGARY, ALBERTA
This stunning and controversial new cyclist/pedestrian bridge is so extraordinary that uploading just one picture onto the website wasn’t enough. So this is another, done with a very different light balance and with less of a telephoto perspective. (You can see the other Peace Bridge photo here: http://wp.me/p2ccTX-5G. Here’s the bridge in its urban setting: https://wp.me/p2ccTX-1Kn.)
The best time to photograph this architecture is at night; I cloned out all the annoying bits of building and street lights so nothing would distract you from the shapes and hues. Nikon D90, 17-55 mm. lens, tripod.
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This is very cool. It reminds me of something right out of Star Wars. Great Shot!
Thanks for the kind comment, Brian. I agree with you – I almost expected to be confronted by a legion of Imperial Storm Troopers. 🙂
Nice shot. Reminds me of the scene from the movie “A.I.” where they cross the bridge into the city.
Appreciate you looking and commenting, Mike. To me, it almost seemed like the road to the Bat Cave. 🙂
Fantastic! His work evokes 2001: a Space Odyssey. Thank you for sharing, Frank. 🙂
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