The Chain Bridge (Szeechenyi Lanchid) opened in 1849 was the first bridge across the Danube to unite the previously separate cities of Buda and Pest. The bridge was designed by a British engineer and the construction was supervised by a Scotsman. Both were named Clark but were not related.
This view was taken from Pest looking towards the historic district of Buda.
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notrap (5973) 2007-03-22 4:06
Itīs a pity that you have got no green smily for this photo, maybe itīs not attracting views as a thumbnail, or perhaps it is because of the sky, which could be darker (not so easy to get a dark, saturated sky with sunlight from this angle). But I think nevertheless it is a good shot, strong diagonal composition with patterns of shadow in the foreground.
ikeharel (63779) 2011-03-04 0:43
Morning shadows well collected, when crossing the bridge, Stephen.
The Buda side gives a great depth to pic. and the bridge's structure scale it's hight.
serp2000 (42188) 2014-06-03 6:48
I think this is not so attractive but clever composition. Yes, this is not a postcard format but it could be a good idea for a page of magazine, for example. And the sky is just idea place for a title or text about a report from Budapest. Good contribution to the bridges theme.
Yes, I am not a fan of baseball too. But we were on a game with Jason. Well, I like these girls too.