Photographer's Note

I have visited Newcastle upon Tyne for the first time almost exactly three years ago. It was clear for me from the beginning that the quays are the most interesting aspect of the town and the bridges are the highlights. I have shared with you already several views taken along the quays. Yesterday I went to Newcastle for a short walk with my family and the weather conditions were just perfect. So I will show you several more views from Newcastle.
This picture was taken from the pedestrian Millenium Bridge. The bridge was shaking a lot since there were a lot of people and bikes passing behind my back. I thought it will be not sharp at all but it is not too bad.
It was well after blue hour already but since the day was very bright without any clouds at all the remaining sunlight stayed there for very long time in the west.
I have already presented here a similar view (CLICK HERE) which was taken from a POV much further backwards from this point. If you have a look at it you will see another shape, white arch of the MIllenium Bridged added to this view here.
The oval shape in the left is the Sage, a modern concert hall. In the right you see an amalgam of several bridges but the main shape belongs to the Tyne Bridge which was a miniature prototype of the Harbour Bridge in Sydney. HERE you can see my photo presenting the Tyne Bridge from the other side.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5502 W: 104 N: 14082] (56156)
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