Composition: Leading Lines

Challenge #34 in the Ways of Seeing series. Hosted by jezsik.
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Leading lines refers to a composition technique whereby the viewer's eye is attracted to lines that lead directly to the principle subject in the image. Show us an example of an image using leading lines composition. (See Additional rules.)
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Shark Fin Bridge
by Melvil
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This is the new Tradeston Bridge in Glasgow, Scotland. I love the fins (if you look close you can see the furthest one slightly to the right of the nearest one) and the handrail seems to curve and lead the viewer in to them almost effortlessly. It was a lovely sunny evening for shooting it, too.
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Submitted: Tuesday, 23rd March, 2010 12:49 (GMT)
Taken: Wednesday, 10th February, 2010
Focal length: 16 mm
Shutter speed: 1/20 sec
Aperture: F5
ISO: 800
Notes: Constrast and Saturation in-camera settings both set to high.
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