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Old Sep 10, 2010, 10:42 AM   #1
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Default Niagara at night

The Peace Bridge spanning the river into Fort Erie.
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Old Sep 10, 2010, 10:58 AM   #2
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couple of nice shots.

i like the pano format of #1, but i think you could lose a little off the right, end it more quickly after the city lights. you may be able to lose a bit off the top too.

#2 is nice, some nice colors and reflections off the water but its a shade bright i think.
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Old Sep 10, 2010, 11:25 AM   #3
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Hards, that last one wasn't all that bright. Hows this one? LOL. The Bridge was constantly shifting colors and it wasn't until a couple of sequences that I was able to time it to capture it in its different colors. An exposure greater then 10 secs and you would lose it.
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wow, that one is red! that is pretty neat that the bridge changes colors. is this just out of buffalo to canada?
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Peace Bridge is the first entry point into Canada, further down the river is the Rainbow Bridge. The falls themselves are closer to the Rainbow. Further yet is the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge. The Peace Bridge is the longest and the only one with lights on it. It is in the planning stages to be replaced by a much larger one to handle the increased traffic.
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Cool shots of a very interesting bridge. Looks like the 3rd is especially for the ladies of the night to do some business as it is really RED.

I think 2 is my fave but just toned down a little.
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Old Sep 12, 2010, 3:57 AM   #7
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This is the whole span. Taken from the rivers edge. Thanks for viewing. By the way...the water isn't all this serene, it is moving rapidly toward the falls a couple of miles down river.
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Super pictures Dude, Love 1 2 and the last one. reall magic.and I like the title Niagara at night. I have a set called Viagra at night I've been wanting to put them on for ages but cant find the right group for them.
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I don't like the 3rd one. The bridge extends into the water and let me feel dangerous. I like the horizental bridge as the other 3 photos.
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Beautiful pics!
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