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Low angle shot of the Nelson Mandela Bridge. Showing also the pedestrian walkway & the safety glass railing.

The bridge forms a connection between Johannesburg CBD & Braamfontein, a business & higher education intensive district of the province, Gauteng.

Location:
South Africa

Image was captured on and in celebration of Nelson Mandela’s 91st birthday — Saturday 18th July 2009.

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Self employed [freelance] graphic designer … actively developing a new found passion — photography.

Seeking to experience all walks of life, thru the lens …
However, at the moment, I am especially keen on aircraft subject matter.

For some more insight on my depth pls visit this alternate location for some more of my images that are available as either Royalty Free and or Editorial purposes – Dreamstime

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Comments

  • Skyjuggler
    Skyjugglerover 4 years ago

    Great shot of an icon in JHB. I’m amazed at the blueness of the sky…

  • TX …
    I was shooting with a UV filter attached, but as we all know digital still is not there yet [as apposed to film] so I have had to “bump” the blue in our beloved photoshop … Fortunately I do know how to use it some, as you will see in many of my images posted.

    I am a firm believer in the school of thought that as the tools we have now are both not as advanced [still new tech] as the predecessors they have all but replaced, there are also a whole array of “new tech tools” available that we just all need to learn how to use to our advantage … :)

    – RatManDude

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