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Infinity dip

By oldgreyheron      
yet another angle on the Infinity Bridge over the Tees near Stockton - I find this central transition to be very graceful, and underpinned by the sturdy angularity of the support structure.


Tags: Bridge Architecture Tees Infinity Stockton

Voters: BrianSS, Cormy, adrian_w and 19 more

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CarolG 14 199 20 Greece
27 Nov 2010 5:22PM
Superbly composed, Mike, I might have cloned out the red marker buoy in the water, though. Carol
AshTree 12 1.7k 6 England
27 Nov 2010 8:03PM
There's something almost balletic about those graceful curves being held up by the strong rigid supports.

cassiecat 13 39 46 England
27 Nov 2010 8:12PM
like the comp think i'd clone out the buoy.lesley
27 Nov 2010 8:46PM
A different take on a numerously photographed bridge. Super image
28 Nov 2010 8:44AM
Thanks for the comments - I agree about the red buoy - isn't it strange how we can miss something so obvious as we focus on other parts of the image? See newly added variant 2.

helenlinda Plus
14 374 22 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2010 10:28AM
Like wide open arms reaching up
Joline Plus
15 37 59 United States
28 Nov 2010 11:40AM
This is a very graceful and beautifully designed bridge. You have visually explored it so well, and done it justice. (the buoy doesn't bother's what one would expect to see in the water).
cheesey 15 2 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2010 4:45PM
You've captured some real beauties of late, this being my favourite.
Lovely work.

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