Sunday, July 18, 2010

Driving under, looking up

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Once again, for Louis la Vache's "Sunday Bridges," Jerusalem's Bridge of Strings.
(See more under the label Calatrava.)
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How did reflections of the tall apartment buildings get onto the UNDERSIDE of the bridge?!
You figure it was a trick of the bus window through which I took the picture?
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Everyone thinks "Trolls!" when you say "under the bridge," but I think the religious men in this photo look dwarfed by the big bridge.
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16 comments:

Francisca said...

That's one imposing bridge, Dina! I'd say it dwarfs, alright! Funky reflections... it's hard to say where they come from not knowing where those apartments are located.

Louis la Vache said...

Wow! Neat shot, Dina!

«Louis» appreciates your contributions to Sunday Bridges.

VP said...

Dina, you are doing miracles multiplying bridges...

Luna Miranda said...

a clever shot, Dina.:p this looks like a huge bridge.

VioletSky said...

Even underneath, it looks magnificent.

Kaori said...

It looks like you're under a boat! Great photo :-)

Pietro said...

Beautiful image, Dina!
You were on the bus, right? Maybe the apartments reflected on the window and in the photo they seem a reflection under the bridge :-)

J Bar said...

Interesting perspective.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Mary Ann said...

such an interesting vantage point. I like how you framed it.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Like the underbelly of a whale. Impressive architectural shot.

Ann said...

It looks like a giant slab of ice.

Kay said...

Wow! That looks so clean and beautiful. In Hawaii, somebody would have tried to do graffiti on those white surfaces. Sad, but true.

Jilly said...

Love the shot. The question is too difficult! I'm just enjoying the photo.

Luckaa said...

It is interesting!

Hilda said...

That's quite gorgeous for the underside of a bridge!

JM said...

Fantastic perspective! Thank you so much for the link, I didn't even know that pedestrian bridge existed and it looks very cool!