Photographer's Note

At first, I want to say "thank you for your support" to Irina (Traveller) and Humberto (betogrein), which responded very fast on my questions with my previous photo, but especially many thanks to Jean-Yves (PixelTerror) who gave for me the needful information about night time shots. Of course, I need more practice later, but I hope that now my night shots will be better... :)

This pedestrian bridge to the Cathedral the Christ The Saviour looks very impressive at nights. It was built at the end of summer 2004. It is a three-span construction beginning at the base and columns of the Christ The Saviour’s Cathedral, cross the Prchistenskaya and Bersenevskaya and finish with an escalator hall. The bridge is geometrically tied to the Cathedral ensemble and it is cross the river bed at an angle of 78 degrees. The bridge is 203 metres long and 12 metres wide. The total bridge area is 2,558 square metres.

The bridge is geometrically tied to the Christ the Savior’s Cathedral ensemble. Russian Academy of Arts Professional Artistic Centre of Zurab Tsereteli provided artistic decoration of the bridge.

Exif Data:
ISO speed 80
ExposureTime 2 sec
FNumber 8,0
ExposureProgram: Manual
DateTimeOriginal 2005-07-23 T 0:22:10+03:00
MaxApertureValue f/3
MeteringMode Spot
FocalLength 7,1 mm
Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode

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