Mind your speed !
Just between the bridge and the tunnel, heading for wonderful Copenhagen.
To cross the Öresund Bridge costs, for one car, 395: - sek/one way trip. If you have a Malmö Card you will get a discount on tickets (ticket must be purchased in advance at the Tourist Office). Payment facility is located on the Swedish side, whether you come from Malmö or Copenhagen. You can pay cash or credit card.
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xavshot (69835) 2010-06-21 13:01
très belle image. J'aime le traitement que tu as choisi. Belle profondeur également.
bebbetto (12) 2010-06-21 13:26
Great picture Rob.
Excellent graphism and framing
danos (74056) 2010-06-21 13:52
a clever idea to desaturate the scene letting the speed limits with their colours.I like the graphism of the scene as the perspective that created.
silviab (2495) 2010-06-21 14:08
Great perspective and graphism! Well done!
nostromo47 (803) 2010-06-21 15:20
a very creative image, with the big contrast, use of colour and frame, it almost looks a graphic design work. Very refreshing.
tootsie (400) 2010-06-21 19:31
awesome! the lines and curves are amazing and I love your choice to go B&W except for the bright red numbers. well done!
BWJ (3022) 2010-06-21 19:39
It is an eye-catching, very graphic and artistic picture. The use of black and white with the exception of the big red numbers is effective. Well seen and presented.
Didi (48934) 2010-06-21 22:09
Pas de miroir ici, un style nouveau :)
Mais une photo intéressante de par son originalité
110 sur un pont c'est beaucoup trop.
zeynepe (9828) 2010-06-21 22:43
The depth , high contrast and the charming red speed board are combined perfectly.
Congrats and we're waiting more photos from you:)
dip (21921) 2010-06-21 23:19
interesting pp work!
I like the graphism and the perspective,
well seen and composed!
pablominto (53744) 2010-06-21 23:56
A fine graphical effect..!
The high contrast presentation fits the subject...
Accurate framing and great lines, creating a stunning feeling of depth!
jhm (122474) 2010-06-22 3:42
U trek de aandacht met de gekleurde snelheids borden boven de autoweg.
Ik ben niet de grote fan van zwart-wit foto's, maar dit brengt mij op een idee, dit moet goed werken als reclame affiche.
U ziet waar TE al goed voor is.
Goed gedaan Rob, bedankt.
Groeten uit een zonnig Vlaanderen,
Morac (27419) 2010-06-22 10:35
J'aime le traitement que tu as choisi.
C'est d'un beau graphisme et d'une belle profondeur également.
leo61 (0) 2010-06-22 11:35
A grteat shot,with amazing depth and excellent postprocessing.
Very good work!!!!
AiresSantos (56155) 2010-06-23 8:12
Magnificent graphical picture from an excellent POV
I like the PP work and the strong contrast
TFS and have a nice day
Cretense (68663) 2010-06-24 3:53
Very impressive photo in any aspect, great subject, excellent framing and composition, amazing perspective, very bold and very successful light management! The best use of the partial desaturation effect, I have ever seen! Congratulations!
UlfE (13730) 2010-06-24 10:57
Excellent shot the lines and sharpes are very appealing and I love the B & W expect for the speed figures in shining red. The car in the foreground is perfectly positioned and really good inclusion. TFS and have a nice evening!
KateinDenmark (1634) 2010-07-11 8:17
I like the way you've brought out the lines in this photo. Excellent choice of selective black and white I also love these changing speed limit signs, since they are just so smart. Hope you enjoyed Denmark
CLODO (24734) 2010-07-15 10:43
interesting road shot (you know it's not permitted to drive and take pictures at the same time!) well enhanced by your choice of B&W except the speed limitation panels.
Graal (88950) 2010-07-29 0:09
nice effect, good experimental photo. Well done. I like it.
Have a nice day.
batalay (32864) 2010-11-08 3:01
This is an eye-catching shot, with the road in B&W curving off and converging into the horizon, and a short but informative note offered as a complement. I don't know how I missed this photo, posted four months ago. (Actually, I was traveling and met you and Lars. I hope you are both well.)
Incidentally, I started a new group Theme, "Pictures at an Exhibition", and place two of your images there also. Please, feel free to add other photos.