Standing (in pretty much the only vantage point) close to a high bridge attempting a 40-picture (4 rows of 10 shots) with a camera minus a spirit level gives interesting results...
I don't kmow what traffic if any uses that now Clive but any passengers would definately need sickie pills;-))) I think you had better call in the scaffolders to shore it up anyway.
It's a bridge that takes the Cork-Killarney N71 National Route (equivalent to an 'A road' in the UK) through Kenmare. Lots of cars and coaches (especially in 'summer'), trucks, etc. Obviously built way before these forms of transport were ever dreamed of.
Re 'the scaffolders', you can just about make out the circular ends of the strengthening bars that were inserted a couple of years ago during a bit of a renovation. Many thanks for your comment, Neil, as always, and especially for the Like. Much appreciated.
All the best from the sunny west, Clive
Lovely result though :)
Thanks very much, Neil. Delighted you think so. Clive
4 rows of 10 shots! that sounds like more work than it took to build the bridge in the first place ;>) I tried something similar recently but had to dump it cause it just wasn't working. This one however is as you pointed out very interesting LIKED
As you can imagine, Mick, the shape this has come out as was not what the original bridge builders had in mind! Pleased you enjoyed it - many thanks for the Like. Best wishes, Clive
Impressive bridge! LIKE
Good morning, A.Y. - Thanks for your Like for this bridge panorama. I'm pleased you were impressed! Best Beara wishes, Clive
Beautiful example of rock architecture and very nice the way you have "re-designed" it.
Thanks for putting me onto the Studebaker link.
Have a nice day.
Nice try Clive. I suppose, since you are standing in the one spot, you are bound to get this effect? What's the solution, to angle the camera as you pan? - I'm afraid, at 40 photos, and less than 2Mb broadband download, I'm sure you'll forgive me if I don't view it at Full Res. :(
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