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I know, yet another bridge, the 10-20 seems to be drawn to them. This is Gattonside Suspension Bridge over the Tweed at Melrose, looking toward Eildon North Hill and Eildon Mid Hill which together with the Wester Hill were known as Trimontium (3 hills) to the Romans when they lived in the area.
1. an uncertain cognitive state
2. excited anticipation of an approaching climax
3. apprehension about what is going to happen
Her.... Suspense!, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
"Passion is in all great searches and is necessary to all creative endeavors."
-W. Eugene Smith
It was only a matter of time before I got too intimate with the sea. This was a fun, if dangerous shoot...by the end of the week, I was lucky to be alive. Such is the passion for getting close to nature in all her moods, for capturing her extremes. For many landscape photographers that has increasingly translated as shooting the arctic extremes of the planet. However, the arctic ecosystem is disintegrating as the earth warms and the ice melts. This warming, brought about by the lifestyles we pursue. It's time the incredible images of landscape photographers are used to help save it. As well as combat the threat governments pose when they try to open up National Parks to mining and drilling, to sell off public lands to private enterprise. Sunrise @ Sleepy Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia. Nikon D810, Nikkor 14-24mm @ 14 mm Four exposures hand blended for water motion, dynamic range and depth of field. 1/5s, 1/6s, 1/8s, f/11, ISO 31, ISO 40, ISO 64 via 500px ift.tt/2kJoAaJ
At first I thougth it was an illussion..but after some seconds I realized that something was holding me so strong ...I couldn´t move my feet...I made a load scream..but no sound came out fr my throat......
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The Verrazano - Narrows Bridge at dusk. This bridges Brooklyn and Staten Island with the rest of New York City.
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HDR - Nikon d300
With this shot I was going for a bit of suspense...
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This suspense is terrible. I hope it will last.
A maze of beautifully lit and darkened decayed corridors, some with pirs ready to greet us. A stealth mission was needed to admire this amazing place.
Diariamente, e de acordo com o horário em vigor à data desta fotografia, passam neste sentido (Faro -> Vila Real de Santo António) onze comboios, sendo o primeiro às 7:36 (Faro) e o último às 22:00. No sentido contrário passam nove dez comboios aos dias úteis e nove aos fins-de-semana e feriados, sendo o primeiro às 5:49 (VRSA) e o último às 20:44.
No entanto aos dias úteis ainda há uma série de "curtos" entre Faro e Tavira, havendo quatro no sentido Faro -> Tavira e quatro no sentido inverso.
When it was constructed, it was the longest chain link suspension bridge in the world. Built over the River Tweed to cross the border between Scotland and England and it still carries vehicles to this day.
I can't tell you how many times my suitcase ended up on the plane to Abu Dhabi while I was, naturally, flying someplace else. (Remember Garfield's "Abu Dhabi is where all the cute kittens go"? Apparently suitcases too!). I am used to having it lost once in a while, but it always catches up with me in a day or two. The simple rule is to carry with you on the plane whatever you need to survive for two days and the rest will take care of itself. So far I haven't had it irreversibly lost. But I am counting on being surprised one day.
Always feels good to take care of unfinished business...
Inspired by the "We're Here" theme: Suspense
Been on Explore #132, Sep 08, 2007
Taking this shot I have plan to make a B&W.
But during process I did think hard about this.
In B&W seems to be more flat.
While in color rises more sense of depth, maybe due to gradual color change of the wall from brown to orange and greenish yellow...
Besides, I think that greens on the floor add some "suspense" feeling.
So, thats my final proposal.
Still looks like a B&W, hand dyed, as my father used to do 40 years before..
Hunters ~ The Birds ~ Waiting for Hitchcock ~ Paris ~ MjYj
"The Birds" is a suspense film directed by Alfred Hitchcock based on the novella "The Birds" by Daphne du Maurier
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