Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Viaduct II

Here's a pretty one from Sunday's walk:



You'll need to click on it to get the full sense of it, but it's a good example of why I like an elevated standpoint (even if another 50 feet would have been handy), and also why monochrome is here to stay. The colour version is too pretty.

5 comments:

Kent Wiley said...

Nice. From top of the wall?

Mike C. said...

Yes, leaning perilously through a gap with my Canon 70-300mm IS effortlessly doing its thing -- one of the best lenses I've ever used.

Mike

Bronislaus Janulis said...

Well, to paraphrase some Brit Pop icon ... "all we are sayin, is give tripods a chance ..." Previous post.

Here, Sowt side of Chicaga, vyducts have both a go through and go over aspect, not enormous cuts in the side of hills. I nitpick.

Lately, my verification words have been ... unimpressive.

Paul Mc Cann said...

Mmm. I like that one. Lots of movement in it, to me.

I would like the opportunity to see some of these images a bit larger if it was possible

Mike C. said...

Paul,

To be honest, I keep them relatively small to discourage theft -- it's very annoying to discover your own work popping up unacknowledged on other websites, which is what sometimes happened on my old webpage.

I realise that on very high resolution screens they may be unacceptably tiny, though, so may bump them up a bit in future.

When I get around to it I will be adding a "shop" to this blog so that people can buy prints or downloads at very reasonable prices!

Mike