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Description: The underside of the Granville Bridge in Vancouver, which spans the False Creek channel between Granville Island and downtown Vancouver. Shot from the Backstage Lounge on Granville Island.

Equipment: Taken using the kit lens (SMC-DA 18-55mm) and my Pentax K100D Super camera. A Joby Gorillapod also helped a lot with the composition here.

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  1. Manuel Portela Martinez 64 months ago | reply


    Pritzker Small Award
    The Pritzker Architecture Prize on flickr
    If you have 7 or more awards (including invitation) please post here:

  2. SparklingHallow 63 months ago | reply

    Love the angle and the lighting, great shot!

  3. Alessandro Tortora 62 months ago | reply

    Amazing! Great point of view and great shot!!

  4. *ChRiSeDa* 61 months ago | reply

    interesting POV

  5. 24 hours Vancouver 61 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm the admin of the 24 hours group. We'd love to have you submit photos in our pool.

  6. Tevj 61 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Bridges of the Pacific NW, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  7. Tevj 60 months ago | reply

    thanks for adding it. it's very nice photo and we're glad to have it.

  8. Cani Mancebo 58 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called DELICATESSEN.

    I suggest you participate with this photo in the thread "ARQUITECTURA / ARCHITECTURE" DELICATESSEN.
    of contests.

    Please read rules of the group DELICATESSEN

    Thank you and good luck.

  9. loveXmovement 53 months ago | reply

    beautiful. did you do anything to this photo or is this how the camera took it originally.

  10. dubesor 53 months ago | reply

    @loveXmovement I worked with the RAW file in Silkypix to make some slight tweaks, but i'd say 90% of the result is straight out of the camera. The long exposure was the main trick + unusual angle.

  11. Miss T in Taipei [deleted] 52 months ago | reply

    amazing angle

  12. dubesor 51 months ago | reply

    over 8,000 views now. thx to everyone that viewed and commented!

  13. Steve_Doherty 51 months ago | reply

    Fantastic shot!

  14. artland 51 months ago | reply

    This is a wonderful shot!
    You are invited to post it to:


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