McNab Street

By: Lesley

Oct 16 2011

Category: bridges, Hamilton

10 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:105mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

A view from the McNab St bridge in Hamilton. Looking down the railway tracks, we can see the bridges of James St, John St, and the pedestrian bridge at Mary St followed by Ferguson Ave.

Participating in Sunday Bridges

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10 comments on “McNab Street”

  1. Great pic! The bridges are a nice spot for taking photographs, gives you a good vantage point.

  2. Wonderful scene. I like black and white photo.The scene is similar to Japanese one.

  3. There certainly is no shortage of bridges in your photo. Nice shot.

  4. It’s great in B&W!
    Happy Sunday o you:)

  5. Wow – three for the price of one! Great shot! I, too, like it in b/w!

  6. Living out here in the boon docks way, way out in the country I had almost forgotten out bridges OVER tracks. Boy, do I lead a sheltered life now that I do not travel anymore. It appears to me you have a footbridge and an auto bridge to beat. That is really good work! A nice shot and is lovely in black and white. genie

  7. are there 3 bridges ? Good location for move making when the hero jump to the train.

  8. You got a “hat trick” (3-in1) here, Leslie!
    «Louis» thanks you for your contribution to Sunday Bridges!

  9. Great bridge(s) shot! Very nice — like echos of each other.


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