Last night, I had my last walk (hopefully not!) on the streets of Buenos Aires. I had to linger, digesting and taking in all the cities I've visited during my stay here in South America, well looks like I've fallen for this city. A simple remembrance to express my overwhelming emotional outburst. Thank you God for allowing me to step into another horizon, this continent, this ravishing charming country, and for the generous genial people we met.
Looks like I'll be crying for you Argentina! =,)
Shot taken in Puerto Madero, an old fort during the early years. This famous bridge is called Puente de la Mujer (woman bridge), since all of the bridges in the area are named after a woman.
Now, I'm going to challenge you? How many of you can identify who's artwork is this? Of course, without looking on google or wikipedia! Any Guess? The first 5 who gets it correct will win a trip to Buenos Aires!! =)
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tatadalou (3247) 2011-09-06 14:04
I bet on Santiago Calatrava. The lines of the bridge look so pure, as Calatrava's works.
I find your picture very attractive, mostly because of the bridge and the green tones of the river enlightened by artificial lights. The pink building on the left adds some originality.
A nice blue hour shot. But I don't know how you managed to have people instead of "ghosts" with such an exposure.
jjcordier (62280) 2011-09-06 23:37
Une intéressante composition intégrant ce pont. Une jolie heure bleue avec, peut-être, une légère surexposition de certaines zones?
madhumita_roy86 (2144) 2011-09-07 10:05
very beautiful composition...... very sharp & nice contrast..... i like it....
chawax (14882) 2011-09-07 12:10
Funny to see how this bridge looks like Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin, Ireland. A nice POV and nice neon lights.
bukitgolfb301 (30063) 2011-09-10 2:50
Hi my dear Matthieu
Very sorry for my lare reaction.
This is another wonderful twilight image via sharp and fresh light usage! Great light control!
Perfect framwork, composition and reasonable allocation are marvelous as usual.
Thanks for sharing with your finest work and have a good Saturday, Best regrads.
Takero from Tokyo
pittsenbarger (307) 2011-09-14 11:18
great photo, i love the long exposure and the reflecting lights off the water.
Charo (51174) 2011-09-15 16:15
Very good exposure, to achieve this great result.
I like the contrast of the lighting of the bridge, with blue sky in the hour and reflections in the water.
Excellent perspective and detail.
Fis2 (73084) 2011-09-20 13:06
I love the bridges.
I like frame and colours.
Good night photo.
danos (73960) 2011-09-21 8:21
fantastic the view of the well light bridge of Puerto Madero,as giving a great perspective and depth in the image.I like the reflections as the light management.
sacimar (25957) 2011-09-21 9:30
this is a beautiful picture of Buenos Aires, it's a good way to say goodbye, you took the image under wonderful light conditions, Calatrava's architecture around the planet!
Cricri (86391) 2011-09-21 9:54
Belle image a heure bleu avec une jolie vue sur l'architecture particulière du pont, joli contraste des couleurs et des reflets, belle réalisation
kiasari (2631) 2011-09-25 3:45
You chose a good POV and framing to take this shot. I really like the colors of the photo. Well done!
fds (5301) 2011-09-27 14:22
very beautiful cityscape from buenos aires
with the fantastic and modern bridge
great light and colors
npecanhuk (53889) 2011-10-01 2:59
Beautiful picture of that pedestrian bridge in Buenos Aires!
I really enjoyed the chosen pov, composition, exposure and colors!
TFS - congrats,
- Copyright: Matt Le Blanc (i9l2y1m8a8t3) (4435)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-09-05
- Categories: Daily Life, Architecture, Decisive Moment
- Exposure: f/22, 6 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2011-09-06 6:39