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onsdag 3. februar 2010

Railwaybridges - Sepia Scenes # 1

The old railwaybridge over Drammenselva, Strømsøløpet, built in 1930


The old railwaybridge over Drammenselva, Bragernesløpet, from 1930 is replaced with this new bridge in 1996



3 bridges crossing the river "Drammenselva"

 
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12 kommentarer:

Marice sa...

wow these are really great photos :) another shots that can hang into my wall!

u may view mine here

Artlover sa...

Inspirerande. Kul att se både svartvitt och sepia i från dessa bilder. Snyggt. Tack för titten:-)

Anne sa...

Lekkert; og slik arkitektur bare gjør seg nesten helt uten farger, helt klart!

Serendipity sa...

Wow, great series - perfect in sepia.

maryt/theteach sa...

Irene, I love your chocolate sepia on these magnificent bridges! Thank you for playing Sepia Scenes! :)

Ralph sa...

The old bridge has a more complex style with more steel and taller. The new bridge is simpler but maybe stronger. The cold steel is softer in sepia, the river crossings more artistic than we might imagine...

Carletta sa...

Lovely processing! The sky is gorgeous in these!
It's wonderful they left the old one standing - its lines and form are marvelous.
Mine’s here: Carletta’s Captures.

Mikabella sa...

Great photos. I really like that you have keept some colour. Great.

Irene sa...

Thanks for your comments! I thought I would let you know that there are two different bridges. The island "Holmen" lies in the river, and the railway and a road touches the "edge".
All photos are made out of raw, and the sepia tone is made in "Canon Digital Photo Professional", which gives me only one sepia option :o)

@nemonen sa...

Mycket vackert i sepia. Gillar just broar.

Heidi sa...

Oh I love the lines in these pictures! They are excellent shots! I really love the second shot the best, it is beautiful in sepia with just a touch of blue in the sky. Beautiful!
Thanks for stopping by my sepia scenes!

kaye sa...

very dramatic

Kaye—the road goes ever ever on