Urban landscapes: spanning the winter river

PRINCE’S ISLAND BRIDGE AND BOW RIVER, CALGARY, ALBERTA

I found a good viewpoint to make a long exposure photo of the last light of sunset and this pedestrian bridge. It connects Memorial Drive and Prince’s Island in the downtown core of this western Canadian city. Memorial Drive streetlights provided the illumination on the snow and tree branches.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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3 thoughts on “Urban landscapes: spanning the winter river

  1. Although I have only seen photos of this handsome pedestrian bridge, I find I am always attracted to it. Your photo here brings out the pizzazz of the bridge and the beauty of the Bow River. Thanks, Frank.

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