... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Gorgeous catch, Julie.
That is a fabulous capture Julie!
Like your choice for monochrome on this excellent image, Julie.
Uh! The sky color is terrible ... It seems that there comes a storm but the man that is above, perhaps jogging, it makes you think that it's over is, a hope.Very good photo.Greetings!
That's a great capture! I think bridges look wonderful in monochrome!
What a beautiful photo. Great shot .
Gorgeous capture Julie!!!Have a great new year :)Anna
LOve the angles and monochrome is perfect here.V
Great shot. I like the way this looks with the runner behind the railing.
You captured a fleeting moment - excellent work. And, the dramatic sky looks in B&W to maybe threaten rain - or, maybe it was blue sky with wispy clouds, but you certainly captured a dramatic mood. Lastly, The lines from the railing and the support beams are great in that they lead the eye and frame the subject.
Very complex interactions with the structured (the horizontal bridge deck, the vertical fence, and diagonal cables) and the unstructured (runner and the clouds). Bravo!
i like the way the railings dramatize the whole shot. the sky too contributes to the effect
Hi Julie,Love all the angles and the monochrome effect.I've added your blog to my blogroll. Thank you so much for the warm welcome to the CDP community.CheersVicki
Nice choice for monochrome! I've just started converting some of my images to mono and am thinking about what makes a good b&w image. Shapes, lines, and values.
Excellent photo Julie. You captured this moment perfectly. Happy New Year. Thanks for visiting and your kind words. We are having such creative fun!
A busy picture in shades of grey with the runner grabbing your eye.
Love the strong lines and various tonalities. Impressive photo.
Oh, Julie - I wish it was me you captured there - jogging on the bridge - I really need it after all the cristmasfood.........Ok - it is salad tomorrow - and a long walk with my husband and my camera ;)Happy new ear for you and your dear ones :)
The strong lines work well in B&W ... cloudy skies everywhere at the moment ... dense fog up a Katoomba this morning.
I've said before and I'll say it again, this is your new career. There's so much energy in your work, J, everything seems to be vibrating, really phenomenal.
Happy New Year!Sorry for the tardy greetings - I'm on holidays! Far from the computer.......and doing lots of swimming, naturally!
Thanks for the comment and encouragement concerning the theme day photo. The pic is now up and you're welcome to swing by to take a peek.Happy new year and happy shooting,Alicia of Concarneau Daily Photo
I like this in b/w, and with beautiful composition and all the "lines".
He looks lonely up there among the steel and concrete. Beautiful lines and nuances of grey.
The black and white composition, the hard lines of the bridge all captured the effort of that runner, but without words. Great photo.
He's so small against the enormity of the architecture surrounding him - such a lonely sport indeed!
This is a very nice shot Julie... Overwhelming the size of the bridge and the relative insignificance of the runner. It looks so over-engineereed....
Oh, yes i like your picture very much. The huge bridge and the small man running.Thanks för your comment!
I like this. All the lines, the grey sky and the jogger on the bridge. Great captured!
A honey of a photo, Julie. The human up there gives it a special resonance for the likes of me.
This is really good! One of my favorite this week:-)Wish you a Happy New Year!
Nice pic, great shot!
I love this photo a lot. I have a weakness for structures, shapes, angles and lines. The beautiful clouds and the sun shining on the parapet completes the picture.
Great shot. Wonderful lines.
Lots of strong lines and an interesting angle. Good shot.
That's a great monochrome!
Lovely image, very well captured.And, a Happy New year to you....
This is beautiful - strong graphic and a full range of values...Three Rivers Daily Photo
Great contrasts and lines in this picture! I just wish that the runner would have been a little bit closer to the banister.
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