Friday, January 30, 2009

Longfellow Bridge


Start of the Longfellow Bridge.

8 comments:

Ken Mac said...

I really like your shots, great color, framing and perspective. You make ordinary subjects pop! What camera are you using if I may ask?

brattcat said...

I love the effect of snow atop stone. Nice shot.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

great angle and nice perspective. i feel like i am walking by this scene when looking at your photo.

hi, i'm nancy! said...

all these "great angle" and "good eye" and "wonderful grasp of perspective" comments that you get make me feel like an idiot! or, to put it another way, i don't anything about photography, but i know what i like! :)

Clueless in boston said...

Brattcat, it is a nice effect and certainly caught my eye.

Julie, thanks for the nice comments.

Ken - I use a Nikon D40 and do some minimal post processing with Photoshop - levels, curves, and sharpening.

Nancy, I'm with you. I just know what I like and all the technical stuff isn't necessary for an opinion.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I very much like this photo of the Longfellow Bridge. I'm trying to think of where it might be in Boston. I think I'll have to look at a map!

katie said...

Is this the bridge that they call 'salt & pepper'?

Clueless in boston said...

EGTG, this bridge connects lower Cambridge Street near Mass. General Hospital with Kendall Square Cambridge (MIT).

Katie, yes, this is also known as the Salt and Pepper Bridge.