Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge - Dallas
May 5, 2015
Here's the backstory of this shot: After having been on a business trip all last week, I landed at Love Field Friday afternoon around 3:30. Friday afternoon traffic is ALWAYS back, but this past Friday it was hideous! There were to protest rallies downtown and the sky was filled with news helicopters, I-35 was just inching along. So as a way to get around the freeway, I took a route that I normally don't travel. This took me under the fantastic Margaret Hunt Hill bridge which I think is stunning in it's design. As I was slowly creeping under the bridge, I pulled out my point & shoot that stays in the car all the time, and just held it up through the windshield. I didn't really know what kind of shot I would get, but I liked several of them. This is the one that I liked best.
Rather than a "drive by" shot, it's a "drive under" shot.
"Bridges become frames for looking at the world around us." ~ Bruce Jackson
Thank you for your comments and critiques.
I'm off again this morning for another week away from home (sigh), but will comment as much as I can.
Have a great week friends!