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Black & White Photograph - View From A Bridge - River Kwai by Kelly Jones

View From A Bridge - River Kwai is a photograph by Kelly Jones which was uploaded on February 19th, 2011.

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Powerful...and just walking there or was it a ride sitting in the front....great to do it in monochrome !

Great perspective and composition on B&W work! V&F! Thanks for sharing!

What a cool shot! :)

Kelly Jones replied:

Thankyou Andee.. it took some patience to wait for the bridge to be clear!! :)

Wonderful work, Kelly. I love the tones and composition.

Kelly Jones replied:

Hey lori..thankyou... xxxxxx

strange how something so architectural still feels so emotional somehow. It's the association, of course, of the river Kwai - but maybe it's also something to do with bridges and trains in general . . . lovely tones in this.

Kelly Jones replied:

It was a very emotional visit judith..... Sorry im so late in replying... had a lot going on.... x

Great photo. Excellent choice of perspective and black and white.

I like this work! Nicely done! :)………….Tautvydas

very nice

Awesome work

Kelly Jones replied:

It was an awesome experienc Vicki, Im glad this image did it justice. Thankyou :)

Now I've got the tune from the movie rolling in my head! Great POV Kelly.

Kelly Jones replied:

Great Great Movie! Thankyou again Mr Al :)

That's what we call the bridges that have train tracks over them.

Kelly Jones replied:

Oh right! Got you. The train does run over it, everyone just moves over to the side ramps they built on after. The train goes very slow tho!

This is very cool! People are allowed to walk on it?? Your not allowed to walk on trestles in this country.

Kelly Jones replied:

Oh yes it's a huge tourist attraction! Trestle? Is that what you call wooden bridges?

Like the perspective's in your work, makes one rethink when shooting!

Kelly Jones replied:

Thankyou! The hard part about this was a,the heat, b, the waiting for people to clear the bridge and not walk in front of me and c, crouching on the ground! Lol. :)

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