Urban landscapes: blue-hour bridge


This bridge spans one of the major highways into the downtown core of this western Canadian city. I went there to make long-exposure pictures of the traffic and downtown skyline just before dawn. After doing, that, I turned the camera onto the bridge itself. This twisted perspective crates (I hope…) a more dynamic photo. Do you agree? Nikon D7100, 35-70 mm. lens, tripod.

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