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A bridge of shadows

By cats_123  
Good morning Epzers 😁...more rain overnight, but bright sunshine this morning.

Shadows along Mylinski Most (Mill bridge) erected in 1885. Steel with parabolic supports.

In looking for information on this striking bridge I have learnt that Wroclaw has a large number of bridges..there have been crossings across the Oder (Odra) since the 11/12th centuries.

Have a great day and stay safe 😁

Tags: Poland Landscape and travel Wroclaw Saturday shadows

Voters: Don20, mike9005, MadVillPics and 39 more

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Great compositionGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

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28 Sep 2019 9:47AM
love the closer crop in the opening image, also mono works better for shadow shots.. as a rule
Great set
28 Sep 2019 10:49AM
An intriguing shot, Jeff, very well taken that man. Smile

JohnSmile
28 Sep 2019 11:12AM
Excellent shadow trio Jeff , wonderful angles , lines and patterns
Ian
28 Sep 2019 11:22AM
Great shadow images.
Sylvia
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 12 England
28 Sep 2019 11:30AM
Some wonderful Saturday Shadows here Jeff 👍 Think I have to go for mono, and the second version too, for more shadow and the strong perspective 😀
Trev 😀
cats_123 Plus
15 4.9k 29 Northern Ireland
28 Sep 2019 11:34AM

Quote:Some wonderful Saturday Shadows here Jeff 👍 Think I have to go for mono, and the second version too, for more shadow and the strong perspective 😀
Trev 😀

thanks Trev.. couldn't quite make up my mind and didn't have a great deal of time to set up.😁
mac Plus
18 3 Scotland
28 Sep 2019 12:03PM
Good shadows with a nice pattern to them. I agree the lead image is my favourite with its tighter cropping.
Ian
Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2019 1:50PM
Impressive metallic and some fine ornate shadows Jeff !!
Isabel GrinGrin
Excellent shadows for today. Debs
28 Sep 2019 8:09PM
Excellent shadows for Saturday , Jeff ! - The lead is my favorite!

Jukka.
28 Sep 2019 10:39PM
Very much like them all including the colour version but it's the lead which keeps drawing me back. The point of view and strong perspectives work beautifully as do the steel structures of the bridge and shadows. SmileSmileSmile

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