Twisted Bridge


Twisted Bridge

f/4.5, 1/80, ISO-100, 18mm

For the life of me I can’t tell if I like this one or not. I’ve been holding on to it for awhile now, and although I am frequently drawn to it, the image doesn’t really speak to me either. Adding a bit of grain to the image helps give it character and I think the lines are nice. I think the composition is about as nice as the scene allowed for.

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