Monday, June 30, 2008

Covering the bridge

We photobloggers are all photographers, just at different stages of development, no?
So as a budding photographer at the gala inauguration of Calatrava's Bridge of Strings, I found myself drawn to interesting scenes of interaction between those with cameras and those without.
BTW, the evening was also a rare opportunity for the very religious and the less religious to rub elbows and enjoy the festivities together.






8 comments:

babooshka said...

I agree that anyone who has a photoblog is a photographer and even writer. Just as you say at varying stages. I love mingling with other photographers and non photographers at big events. The converstations and different perspective on the occasion are a bonus.

Small City Scenes said...

Look at all the different cameras. As you said from ametuers to very professional. That Bridge is a wonder. MB

Kris McCracken said...

The new bridge must be a very big deal to attract all that attention. I do agree that it looks very striking!

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

this is an excellent place to get photos - no one thinks twice of a camera being used at such places

Jerez said...

I see some brought out the big 'guns'!
You always have a unique way of looking Dina, it's an interesting approach you take in what's going on!

the donG said...

more and more people are getting in to photography. that's nice as we get to see the different sights of the different countries.

Kay said...

So true, so true, Dina. It was interesting to see the different ways this event was covered and documented.

Donna said...

I like that lens the man is carrying in the second photo!!lol...Happiness to you!hughugs