Heading back from a few days on the Gulf Coast, we made a point to cross the beautiful cable-stayed bridge that spans the Mississippi River between Greenville, Miss., and Lake Village, Ark.  These were two from a series taken on approach  through cornfields on the Mississippi side of the river, and on across the bridge.  The photos don’t really do this gorgeous piece of design justice.

 

 

Here’s this week’s challenge homepage: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/one-shot-two-ways/

Beautiful sky and silhouette: http://vastlycurious.com/2013/08/10/weekly-photo-challenge-one-shot-two-ways-1/

and others looking at things in two ways:

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15 thoughts on “Weekly photo challenge: One shot, two ways

      1. Hard to shoot these bridges because of their scale and how lenses want to flatten them a little, but their lines and precise curves are so beautiful, they’re hard to resist.

        I wished the shimmer of the air off the hot cornfield was a little more prominent in the Greenville shot. Like you said, some things look better in the flesh!

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