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The Man Under The Bridge

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Speaking of the underside of bridges , here's one of my favourite pictures of the same from Regents Canal in London. Clicked in November 2006.

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13 comments so far:

B. S. Bhatnagar said...

I find the structure of the bridge very simple.

Flaneurbanite said...

Haha!:) Trust you to notice that before anything else:) Is it because it's a really small footbridge over the canal?

Abhijit Dharmadhikari said...

Unique attempt! Not everyone chooses such unusual angles to shoot images. Exposure is good. I wish I could read some more info about the place and why you shot this picture with this angle.

Flaneurbanite said...

Thanks for the feedback Abhijit! I'll soon do a post on this particular place (Regents Canal) - hope to answer your questions in that post (sorry to sound so mysterious but don't want to give it away too soon:) ).

I was passing under the bridge on the canal-side when I spotted this - I wonder who the graffiti artist was and how he/she managed to paint this in such an inaccessible location! I was standing right opposite this on the other 'bank' of the canal when I shot this.

Shipra Chauhan said...

metal & brick against the green expanse.
great color story!
do you have a close up of the graffiti...i would love to feel the texture..if you know what i mean :)

Flaneurbanite said...

Thanks Ship! Don't have a close up, sorry...but I do know what you mean:)

Abhijit Dharmadhikari said...

Shilpa, Thanks for the info! Interesting :-)

Which Main? WHat cross? said...

amazing :) And enjoying the discussion too.

Flaneurbanite said...

Thanks for your continuing interest:) Will be putting up more very soon.

WABIKOJA said...

Wow, you found an interesting place!

Flaneurbanite said...

It was! Thanks for dropping by Wabikoja :)

Lekhni said...

That is a beautiful picture! You have a great eye for photography.

Flaneurbanite said...

Thanks Lekhni!:) And thanks for dropping by.

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