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The Humber Bay Bridge is an architecturally beautiful pedestrian bridge that spans the mouth of the Humber River where it empties into Lake Ontario, here in Toronto.
In addition to photographing the entire structure as well as many people as they run, walk, bike, and skate across it, I've also spent a great deal of time photographing details of the structure. This is one example of those details.
Motorized Nikon F2AS
micro-Nikkor 105 f4 AI manual focus
Fuji 100 ISO colour slide

f8 @ 1/500th
 

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I shoot film. That's film. F...i....l....m. You remember film don't you? It was in all the papers.

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Nice abstract, Robert. I never would have thought it was a bridge if you hadn’t said so.

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