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The Two Forth Bridges

My Photo scholarship 2011 entry

Worldwide | Monday, 7 November 2011 | 5 photos

I'm Mugdha, a avid traveler & a novice photographer. I've extensively traveled across India, US, Italy, Austria, & Switzerland. Photos are memories of the places I loved, & let my thoughts wander back to them, when I cannot go back. I use a basic Canon Powershot A460 digicam mostly on automatic settings. But I know what makes a good photo composition. If situation allows, I take multiple photographs of the subject from multiple angles to ensure I don't miss a good shot.

I'd love to go to Africa & learn shooting wildlife, which I haven't done before. I'd like to learn capturing those illusive subjects on camera, selecting & handling specialized equipment, & various camera settings used for the purpose, especially for night photography. This certainly would be a challenge for me; because shooting unpredictable subjects in the wild is far more difficult from shooting static objects, monuments, or people in urban/semi-urban setting.

My Photo Gallery: "The Two Forth Bridges"
On a recent business trip, I visited South Queensferry, near Edinburgh, Scotland. The first sight that caught my eye were the two Forth Bridges, running almost parallel to each other over the Firth of Forth. The newer one of them is a road bridge, while the older one (opened in 1890) is a still-functioning railway bridge.
These "omnipresent" bridges were visible from everywere in South Queensferry, a comforting sight to a newcomer me. Whenever I was lost in SQF, I just located the bridges & found my bearings. This is my little tribute to the two bridges.

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