Lights and Shadows - Art The topic for this art contest is light and shadows. A good way to change your art is to become more aware of light and shadows. See our photo contest to share a photo.
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I have always been a fan of bridges, especially old bridges, although this one doesn't look that old. On road trips (in my younger years) we used to just enjoy stopping on the old bridges (in the country) and sit and have a beer...perhaps a farmer would come along and stop and have a beer with us. We might or might not see a car in a half hour. Don't know if you could stop on a similar bridge for cars but what a great bridge.
The contrast between the snow and the bridge is great. The light blue sky reminds me of those cold Wyoming plains days where you don't see much except snow and feel the cold. The bridge adds a nice vertical symmetry to the picture.
Thank you. This railway viaduct was built in the mid 1800's. You could have a beer nearby as there is a pub almost underneath it that sells good food and beer. There is also a railway station with a museum just to the left of the picture. There is nothing else for some miles except a tea van at the weekends for the walkers. Its scary at night as it is SO dark when cloudy and not even a star showing. But worth a visit.