Challenge series hosted by Steven Blackwood. Challenges start on Mondays.
Structures of all kinds, taken under different conditions and circumstances.
Finished (3 challenges)
Winners announced: 20th February, 2012 GMT
Winner: Ponte Coperto Internal
While most Bridges are open, sone are covered for various reasons. Find a covered bridge and find an interesting angle or perspective. Bridges may be any type, foot or vehicular, but they must be bridges and it must be obvious that they are covered. Covers need not be opaque or totally enclosing (see example). Restrictions: none except no aerial shots and no scans. Post-processing OK but be...
Winners announced: 21st March, 2011 GMT
Winner: Shimbashi, Tokyo
That is, taller than they are wide and don't necessarily have to be skyscrapers. Towers don't count unless they are part of the larger structure or they can accommodate people. (Ranger tower, yes, TV towers, no.) Other than that, be creative.
Winners announced: 18th October, 2010 GMT
...not just in black and white but sepia, blue-tone, etc are acceptable. Be creative. Find a different viewpoint on your bridge which can be any kind of bridge, not just highway or road types. Footbridges can also be interesting. Also, bridges under construction or being demolished may also lend themselves to great shots. I have only 2 restrictions: NO SKYWALKS and NO AERIAL shots. the...
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