Red bus over the Tyne

By mrswoolybill
Last of occasional series of Tyne reflections.
Thanks for looking,
Moira

Tags: Reflection Transport Architecture Specialist and abstract Bridges Tyneside

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19 Feb 2020 7:43AM
You've got 3 good photos in this Moira. Very good, with that extra splash of red on top

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mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2169 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 7:52AM
Thanks early birds. This was a good day, the light was amazing... Bill was looking at the architectural forms, I was looking for a red double-decker, but it never happened...
As I was uploading I thought - maybe I should bring the Redheugh down lower in the frame? But this is how it is.
franken Plus
17 5.1k 4 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 7:56AM
I've enjoyed the series, Moira.

Ken.
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2169 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 7:58AM
Thanks for the UA, Ken. I have another flipped river reflection to upload some time but it's from the Wear at Durham, so it's very different in character.
19 Feb 2020 8:23AM
There are countless Realities. This is yours.
19 Feb 2020 8:24AM
Brilliant series Moira.
Alfie
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2169 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 8:27AM

Quote:There are countless Realities. This is yours.

Grin Thanks, I shall go out litter-picking with a warm, happy glow.
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2169 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 8:35AM
And thanks Ollie!
saltireblue Plus
9 10.4k 59 Norway
19 Feb 2020 8:46AM
That moment when the bus-driver looks to his right and realizes he should be on the other bridge...
19 Feb 2020 8:48AM
So very good !
19 Feb 2020 8:49AM
A beautiful finale to this wonderful series Moira , perhaps you may revisit the idea again soon.
Ian
Jasper87 Plus
10 2.4k 158 England
19 Feb 2020 8:49AM
A ripple in the fabric of time.....
19 Feb 2020 9:00AM
An excellent series, Moira!

RichardSmile
viscostatic 13 45 6 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 9:38AM
I really like this sort of image and I know they are not easy to get right. Excellent photography Moira.

Phil.
19 Feb 2020 9:41AM
Lovely abstact!

Arne
mac Plus
18 6 Scotland
19 Feb 2020 10:34AM
It has been an interesting series. It makes me wonder why I have never thought of using the flip menu of Photoshop. I am now having another look at it and the possibilities offered. I like this image as the red bus draws your eye to it on first viewing. I might have been tempted to move the top section down slightly to remove some empty space between the bridges.
Ian
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2169 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 10:37AM
Thanks again folks, and thanks Leo for the UA.

Quote:perhaps you may revisit the idea again soon

Well we are heading down to London soon...

Quote:I really like this sort of image and I know they are not easy to get right

Thanks Phil, composing upside down isn't easy. Plus normal hyperfocal distance assumptions tend to go out of the window...
EDIT...

Quote:I might have been tempted to move the top section down slightly to remove some empty space between the bridges.

That occurred to me as I was uploading. But for anyone who knows Tyneside, the essence of the Redheugh is that it is way higher than the other bridges. Hence it's regularly closed to traffic in high winds, as has been the case recently. To bring it down lower would lose that character.
clicknimagine Plus
10 619 100 India
19 Feb 2020 11:11AM
Another fantastic reflection captured...
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 12:02PM
Nice of that bus to turn up.
Joline Plus
13 30 56 United States
19 Feb 2020 12:21PM
A great addition to this series. It alters reality in a very interesting way.
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 14 England
19 Feb 2020 12:37PM
Like this impressionistic feel the reflections give it 👍 A fine end to the series, Moira 😀
Trev 😀
SUE118 Plus
11 8 1 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 12:46PM
This is brilliant, love it.Smile
19 Feb 2020 1:06PM
Anoher great addition to the series. Love these reflection shots, almost Impressionistic.
Scaramanga 12 60 6 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 7:27PM


Quote:I might have been tempted to move the top section down slightly to remove some empty space between the bridges.

That occurred to me as I was uploading. But for anyone who knows Tyneside, the essence of the Redheugh is that it is way higher than the other bridges. Hence it's regularly closed to traffic in high winds, as has been the case recently. To bring it down lower would lose that character.


The Redheugh and the High Level Bridge are actually the same height.
Scaramanga 12 60 6 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2020 7:38PM
..and the Tyne Bridge has the same clearance below.
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2020 10:44PM
Excellent image and overall content... Lovely to view...
Isabel GrinGrin

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