Urban landscapes: The bridges of Revelstoke


Is this an ‘urban landscape’? Well, sorta. Revelstoke is a charming little town of 7,200 deep in the mountainous interior of Canada’s westernmost province. It’s best known as a railroad service town and for its proximity to a pair of stunning national parks. On this morning, I hung around the Columbia River and found lots of pleasing compositions, with a reasonably interesting sky. Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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