Cee`s Which Way Challenge: Week 15

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My entry this week for Cee`s Which Way Challenge. Three generations of river crossings near my home town. There are another two older crossings further downstream. The highest bridge was bulit in the early 1990`s when the river was dammed around 25 km`s away. When the dam reaches around 80% capacity, the middle bridge goes underwater.

This  image was taken when the dam was at around 10% & it was processed using Tilt-Shift.

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5 thoughts on “Cee`s Which Way Challenge: Week 15

    • G`day Janet, some interesting results using this process. Have been playing around with it for a while now, it works on some images, not so good on others. Thanks for dropping by. 🙂

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