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Sunday, 4 March 2012

Shadows on Dowson Road Bridge


The afternoon sun throws shadows on to Dowson Road bridge over the Trans Pennine trail.

A contribution to Shadow Shot Sunday and Sunday bridges at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

17 comments:

  1. This works well in monochrome - plus you even captured uggi out for a walk!

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  2. I wouldn't mind walking that shadow-strewn trail myself! Thanks for sharing.

    Shadowy Empty Room

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  3. This is a terrific monochrome and I love the doggie! Looks like a delightful place to walk! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  4. Very nice black and white photo.

    Regards and best wishes

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  5. What a lovely path! Looks like the four-legged companion enjoys it, too. :)

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  6. Love this in black and white!
    Now I am off to browse the SF photo site.

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  7. Love the entire photo--so much to discover! Hi uggi!!!!

    J

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  8. The path looks friendly, sun and shadow offering a perfect blend of the gloom of the woods combined with a cheerful sky...it looks perfect as B&W!

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  9. Stunning contrast of light and shadow, defined and misty shape in monochrome! Very beautiful scene!

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  10. what a stunning black and white. beautiful!!!

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  11. Gorgeous! Thanks a lot for your beautiful contribution to Shadow Shot Sunday!

    Shadow Behind
    Rose

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  12. Nice white terrier on the right, as well.

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  13. I liked the dog in the picture. Made it seem more real.

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  14. A wonderful shadow and bridge! Happy Sunday!

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  15. Superb photo. Very stylish!

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  16. Nice shot, Gerald! I'd love to see it as Spring arrives, when the foliage pops :)

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  17. This works very well in B&W, Gerald - a fine contribution to Sunday Bridges.

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