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Monolithic

I spent a long day scouting different angles to shoot the Brooklyn Bridge but it wasn't until I started walking back to the city that I looked up and was in awe. The age of the bridge adds to its character but doesn't help for long shutter speeds. I could feel the vibration and sway in the walkway as cars sped by below. Dodging runners and bikes, I set up the camera, pointed up and hoped for less traffic.

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A walk on Brooklyn.jpg
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Ryan Feipel
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New York
I spent a long day scouting different angles to shoot the Brooklyn Bridge but it wasn't until I started walking back to the city that I looked up and was in awe.  The age of the bridge adds to its character but doesn't help for long shutter speeds.  I could feel the vibration and sway in the walkway as cars sped by below.  Dodging runners and bikes, I set up the camera, pointed up and hoped for less traffic.