A night in late February in Northern Norway
FX, 20mm, f16, ISO 400, 30s
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Canon 80D, 18-55mm lens
f5.6; ISO 250; 1/100sec
In July, my family and I spent a few days in St. Petersburg, Russia. This is the underside of one of the city’s many bridges, shot from a boat during a short cruise.
As I sit in the booth waiting for a radio call from a boat wishing to enter the slip, I’m often drawn to the merging patterns of the bridge and convention center across the street. On the water it would be confused waves, here it’s a lot of interconnecting lines going every which way.
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Last fall took me to San Francisco (lucky me!). Getting up at the crack of dawn to make my way to Pier 33 and my trip to Alcatraz, I was rewarded with catching the sunrise through the archway to Pier 14, and as luck would have it, a lone silhouetted gentleman. The early bird and all that, you know … This photo (in color) is framed and hanging on my wall in my new apartment. It makes me smile every time I look at it.
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I’m fascinated with the grand nature of the St Johns bridge in Portland. I was hiking with my dog when I saw this scene through the trees. Luckily I had my phone. I’ll need to go back with my other camera but the phone did this justice.