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Sometimes I don’t even have time to look up from what I am doing all day. Sometimes I’m too stressed to think artistically. Sometimes. And it leads to overly simplistic and dull captures. The end.
“Headed across the Bay to visit old friends and watch Christmas movies and avoid finals homework for that little bit longer.”
I like the simplicity in this photo. Looking over at the bridge that used to link city to city, seeing it as a fossil, old and gone. The white of the new bridge along the bottom, the iconic crane, the plain sky. It captured a moment of reminiscing, traveling to see people I had not seen for years, and I like that.
I hope it is something any Bay Area resident would recognize on sight. This type of image seems iconic to me.
Fun facts for Week #3:
1. This Eastern section of the Bay Bridge was replaced after it was deemed unsafe for long term use. The new bridge cost $6.4 billion and is the largest public works project in California history.
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Images and words by Miranda Hollingswood