Rural landscapes: view from the bridge


This region, which straddles the Canada-United States border, is actually more than 1,800 islands. It’s one of the prettiest places in North America, with charming villages, legendary castles and several shipwrecks.
I made this picture from a pedestrian sidewalk on the Thousand Islands Bridge just an hour after sunrise. Traffic roared along just a few feet behind me; in fact, when a tractor trailer passed by, I had to wait until the bridge stopped vibrating before I could make another photo.
Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter.

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