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Old Sep 22, 2008, 9:23 PM   #1
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Roebling Suspension Bridge leading into Cincinnati. Photographed from across the river in Covington, KY. K20D with DA *16-50. ISO 200, F/9 & 6 sec exposure.




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Old Sep 22, 2008, 11:14 PM   #2
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Wonderful picture! It's so sharp, you must have used a tripod, or had the camera sitting on something?
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Beautiful view taken so well at the right time. Cincinnati could use this shot for advertising.
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Now THAT is a fabulous photo. Good job. Tripod or not?
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I really like the composition. It has a very pleasant feeling to it. Well done!

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Old Sep 23, 2008, 11:41 AM   #6
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Very nice shot - well done!
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stunning


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Biro wrote:
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Tripod or not?
Thanks for the kind words, all! I arrived at this location about 30 minutes before the sun went down and stayed well until dark. This image is from late twilight. I have a few more tof other parts of the skyline that I'll post soon

Yes, I used a tripod and the 2 sec delay timer to ensure that there was no camera shake.

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Very nice shot Jay. I remember crossing into Ohio on a bridge on I-75 *cough-cough* years ago as I traveled back and forth to college. I don't think it was this bridge though. In any case, you did a nice job with the exposure on this one.

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