06 Feb 2006 • 1,295 views
The spokes that suspend one of the food bridges over the river Thames.
It is one of my earlier photos - taken when I was still new to my 10D.
The spokes are a great visual aid, and lead the viewer right into the
subject. I've named this photo "The hub" to challenge the usual
preconception that hubs are supposed to be round. This hub isn't round
at all, yet performs the same central role.
=-= Moved homepage =-=
For those who are frequent visitors of my blog, you'll probably notice
that Shutterchance now redirects you to a new location. Please update
your bookmarks to find me at http://duane.shutterchance.com. Why the
move? There's a brand new homepage that's going to be put up at
www.shutterchance.com (my old address). It's going to be the "glue"
that joins the site together. There you'll be able to navigate between
the various blogs on Shutterchance, find out which are our hottest
blogs etc. It is going to be great and it's going to be here soon!
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