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Sunday Bridges #03

Sunday bridge
…The black part on top of the picture is a part of overhead bridge across the Sengkang river, early morning, capture the three bridges in a photo…
See more Sunday Bridges at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

8 comments:

  1. three in one shot--excellent!
    i love the early morning light here.

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  2. It's such a beautiful photo! I love it!

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  3. That green snake in your header phot, when I was living in NTU, my friend/neighbour lived in a downstairs unit. They are Buddhist and don't believe in killing things. They have a green snake in her balcony. I tease the daughter that it is their pet.

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  4. What a pretty view under that bridge.

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  5. Just lovely. Such beautiful reflections :)
    Have a nice day
    Elisa, Argentina

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  6. What an amazing shot. The way you were able to capture the high bridge and the other two is amazing. The colors are beautiful. I really like this photograph Kudos.

    Genie

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  7. Not often you can capture three bridges in one photo! And it's a nice time of the day, with soft light...

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  8. Excellent! Three-in-one is called "a hat trick".
    ;-D

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