View from Rockville Bridge, 1992.

Here’s another lesson in minimalism. In November 1992, while traveling from Hoboken to Pittsburgh with my father and Clark Johnson Jr., I exposed this Kodachrome slide from the rear platform of private car Caritas that was crossing the former Pennsylvania Railroad stone arched Rockville Bridge.

Exposed on Kodachrome 25 using a Nikon F3T with 35mm perspective control lens. I metered for the sun and glint on the side of the passenger cars and allowed the shadow areas to slip into darkness. There’s just a hint of the Susquehanna River flowing below the bridge and the silhouette of the hills on the far side of the river.
Exposed on Kodachrome 25 using a Nikon F3T with 35mm perspective control lens. I metered for the sun and glint on the side of the passenger cars and allowed the shadow areas to slip into darkness. There’s just a hint of the Susquehanna River flowing below the bridge and the silhouette of the hills on the far side of the river.

 

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