at the banks of Danube River

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Title     at the banks of Danube River
Photographer     uchel/Uchel (7,078) Send mail to this user
Portfolio     Wegry
Categories     Architecture
Black and White
Lens     Helios 58mm f2
Camera     Zenith TTL
Format     35 mm negative scan
Content advisory     G (general audiences)
Submitted     January 28, 2006 2:25:49 PM CST
Views     478
Rating     5 Thumb-up

House of Parliament and the Bridge. Unfortunately I don't remeber it's name. I've visted amazing city of Budapest eight years ago. Can anybody help ?


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Thumb-up Thumb-up    from mike2steve/Michael (3,309) Send mail to this user on August 29, 2006 10:51:40 AM CDT (1) Early critique

Good balanced pic in terms of composition. The eye wanders easily from the white part of the building being guided along the hyperbolic shape of the suspension cables and finally touching along the slighly bend Danube shore to the parliament building. The bridge is actually the oldest link between Buda and Pest and is called Széchenyi Lanchid. Regards, ;-) Michael

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Thumb-up Thumb-up    from szaki/Tamas (1,836) Send mail to this user on January 28, 2006 2:53:55 PM CST (4) Early critique

Hi, The one in the front is the Chain-bridge (lánchíd) the other is Margit-bridge. I love all the bridges of Budapest. They all different, and they all represent a different way of bridge building methods. It is a frequently photograped view, but I like yours, because it is unique. I live 30km far from Budapest, I can see this on a daily base. Thanks for sharing. Tamas

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From uchel/Uchel (7,078) Send mail to this user on January 28, 2006 3:39:09 PM CST

Thanks for feedback, Leszek


Thumb-up    from kolinge/Karl Øystein (1,058) Send mail to this user on January 28, 2006 2:35:18 PM CST (5) Early critique

Nice picture. I like the way you made it look old with grain and a touch of sepia.

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From uchel/Uchel (7,078) Send mail to this user on January 28, 2006 2:50:51 PM CST

grain is original - i mean it came from the negative...



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From spikas/Andrius (100) Send mail to this user on January 28, 2006 6:18:11 PM CST

By the way... that Chain-bridge (lánchíd) was the first bridge which connected Buda and Pest in the first part of the XIX th century.


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