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Craig Persel | all galleries >> Monochromatic World > 8-Mar
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Montreal, Canada

Nikon D50
1/2000s f/5.6 at 170.0mm full exif

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David Roossien 13-May-2008 19:48
I like this a lot. Perhaps a crop from the left would help to emphasize the imposing nature of the right side and its abstract figures. Try a crop that leaves just the single column of windows on the left.
Guest 15-Aug-2007 00:48
Incredible work!
Adrian Reilly27-Mar-2007 23:46
Sue Robertson13-Mar-2007 23:40
Brilliant capture. v
Roe..10-Mar-2007 01:38
the tones are the connection
Guenter Eh09-Mar-2007 18:42
Powerful graphical composition!
lorin niculae09-Mar-2007 16:18
ponte dei sospiri? That single window of the foot bridge focuses all attention. great composition.
gilanuriel09-Mar-2007 09:07
love it. thanks
olivier bruning09-Mar-2007 08:31
this must have known better days...nice decay shot!
Enny09-Mar-2007 08:28
excellent B&W,love this kind of images.
ltolksdorf09-Mar-2007 07:10
Excellent. Vote.
JD09-Mar-2007 05:55
The angle of the bridge is like an early sign of the fall to come.
shatterbug09-Mar-2007 05:46
Terrific composition!
Chris09-Mar-2007 05:15
Grit and grey. Great comp, too.
René Lortie09-Mar-2007 03:34
Excellent B&W. Very interesting block juxtaposition.
Alexandre Trudeau-Dion09-Mar-2007 03:27
Great shot craig, i always what to stop by there and grab some shot, but I am always in a rush when I pass there. Hard to belive that in Montreal.
Kevin Sargent09-Mar-2007 02:03
So bold! V
Michel CORBOZ09-Mar-2007 01:30
Nice catch !
Thierry Lucas09-Mar-2007 01:11
beautiful capture.
Kaden Kratzer09-Mar-2007 00:45
Uuuuuu, how beautiful!!! Like the composition here. V
Eckhart Derschmidt09-Mar-2007 00:31
"Bridging a gap" comes to my mind (a song of jazz singer Mark Murphy's from the 1970ies) . Looks like an interesting building for photographers.
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