Technique and Approach #2.

I can see this becoming a regular thing for me. Where I pull apart and image. Deconstruct.

My first image can be viewed here.

My second image. This is one my all time favourites. It's a Story about a Bridge, here in Brisbane. Commonly known as "Story Bridge'. 

> "The Story Bridge is a heritage-listed steel cantilever bridge spanning the Brisbane River that carries vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the northern and the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is the longest cantilever bridge in Australia.The bridge is part of Bradfield Highway (15) and connects Fortitude Valley to Kangaroo Point. It is named after prominent public servant, John Douglas Story." (source - wikipedia)

From my point of view, I shot this on a fairly typical sun shining day in Brisbane / Qld. The composition is a little different. Which is something I always aim for. Avoiding clichés or just a 'snap', I take the form of the structure into consideration when framing the photograph. This is often (although not restrained by) / determined by the lens that I'm using. Which in this case was a 50mm standard prime. The film type Fuji Velvia 100 which produces quite vibrant / vivid colour saturation. Going for just a small part of the structure, rather than the whole thing (which I have done on other occasions). Framed using thirds, the bridge part takes up the lower third (another technique I've used in the past). A detail shot I suppose rather than a whole of subject. With a touch of lens flare from the sun. The colour of the steel has a hint of purple to it, which I owe to the film and the lens. The sun of course, being the main contributor. My obsession for form / structure and light continues...

This image is of course available as a print. Hola here.