Sunday, 3 April 2011

Under Chantiers railway bridge

18 comments:

joo said...

It's a beautiful B&W photo Ciel, very stylish:)

Lesley said...

the undersides of bridges are undervalued, in my opinion. nice one.

EG Wow said...

I think the undersides of bridges are often nicer than what's on top. :)

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Nice. The b&w's give another whole perspective to a place...I think most "under bridges" are somewhat eerie areas...

forgetmenot said...

Great shot for a B & W photo too. Nice work. Mickie

Kaori said...

I had no idea you had this blog! Very cool B&W photo ;D

Genie said...

I would never have thought to shoot a picture from the underside of a bridge. This is so neat to see the “Other” side of the structure....very intricate. A very fascinating and well captured shot.

Small City Scenes said...

Under railroad bridges are kinda scary and noisy. Supershot!! MB

Crafty Green Poet said...

very interesting perspective in this shot, it works very well in the black and white

Francisca said...

Cool in monochrome. Almost as if you took this from an old newspaper. Great lines on the underside of the bridge.

Reader Wil said...

I've never seen the underside of a bridge, and this one is very artistic! There are people who live under bridges, just imagine!

Elisa said...

So beautiful!
Have a nice Sunday
Elisa

Malyss said...

Le côté obscur des villes, celui que l'on cotoie sans vouloir le voir..une ambiance à la Batman, sombre et citadine!

Olivier said...

un beau b&w

Theanne and Baron said...

Geometric design...in B&W...dramatic photo!

Photohunter said...

Eine gute Idee mal eine Brücke von unten zu Fotografieren. Greetings

T. Becque said...

Nice lines! This has an old fashioned feel to it.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Re your comment, "abstract," on Images: Yes. I was trying to be really creative and artsy like a friend of mine who lives near Versailles. Don't think I pulled it off, though! :-)