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Pont de Normandie, France #4

Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 14 October 2015 in Architecture and Portfolio.

The final photo in a series of 4 that I took of this wonderful bridge in Normandy.

When the Pont de Normandie was built in 1995 it was the longest bridge of its type in the world. It crosses the River Seine in Northern France between Honfleur and Le Havre.

NIKON D800 1/320 second F/8.0 ISO 100 16 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Hans ter Horst from Dippach, Luxembourg

Great work Ian, love the vanishing point in this shot

14 Oct 2015 4:15pm

Robert D. Burr from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Interesting perspective....takes a minute to realize you are looking at the underside of a bridge

14 Oct 2015 4:21pm

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

Fabulous point of view!

15 Oct 2015 12:16am

L'Angevine from Angers, France

Intéressant ce cadrage et graphisme

15 Oct 2015 7:36am

Christian Richer from Le Havre, France

Amazing and remarkable framing!

15 Oct 2015 2:56pm

Gérard Beullac from Paris, France

What a gorgeous presentation !

16 Oct 2015 5:56am

Ian Smith from London, United Kingdom

I fall over backwards looking at this! Magnificent!

16 Oct 2015 12:50pm

Linda Candilas from Cameron Park, United States

A perfect B&W photograph.:))

28 Oct 2015 3:59am

omid from mashhad, Iran

very nice frame!
wonderful perspective!

4 Nov 2015 8:39pm

Anita from West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States

Outstanding graphic image.

10 Nov 2015 10:23am

NIKON D800
1/320 second
F/8.0
ISO 100
16 mm (35mm equiv.)