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    Some B&W Bridges...

    The LF folks next door have a category for Bridges, we need one for us Roll Film folks too...

    I'll start the ball rolling with a photo of one of those beautiful US Highway 101 bridges along the Oregon coast:
    US 101 highway bridge at Newport, Oregon
    Neg # BRdg 253. Cambo 75W camera, 75mm lens, YG filter, FP4 film in a 6x12 Horseman roll film back.

    . . Newport, Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    A really beautiful bridge, in an even more beautiful photograph.

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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    Love to photograph bridges with character !

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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sherman View Post
    Love to photograph bridges with character !

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    Great one Steve. Don't often see that view.

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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    Probably my favorite subjects, these are in western NY, two of the high span at Letchworth (which is about to be demolished since completion of the new arch)



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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    Another view of the Florence Siuslaw River Bridge.

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    Florence, Oregon by tuco, on Flickr

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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    Nice image, Tuco! I love the composition.

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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    Quote Originally Posted by h2oman View Post
    Nice image, Tuco! I love the composition.
    Thanks!

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    Port of Long Beach

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    Re: Some B&W Bridges...

    Tuco, that Siuslaw bridge photo is wonderful.
    It evokes the moody (and soggy) atmosphere of our Pacific Northwest.

    On a different note here's a small, quiet stone bridge in a small quiet town in France...
    . . Domeyrat, France by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    4-Arch stone bridge. Domeyrat (Hte. Loire), France
    Neg # BRdg 483. Cambo 75W camera, 75mm lens, YG filter, FP4 film in a 6x12 Horseman roll film back.

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