Melbourne Causeway looking West

by Gary Eugene Howell
(Melbourne, Florida, USA)


Home made rig on a picavet. Rig is static and doesn't move unless the wind blows it. I took 250 pictures of the roadway without catching the bridge. Then the wind swayed the camera just right and I caught this one photo.

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Jan 10, 2011
All's well that ends well!
by: Tim Parish

Quite a nicely composed shot after all that. The horizon and road form a narrow V, drawing (pointing?) your eye to the bridge. The cloud formation is a bit of a feature at top right. Plus all that perspective of the road...
Imagine how expensive KAP must have been before digital cameras!

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