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Photographic Art by Terrill Bodner
"I often wonder how many lives were changed by crossing this bridge." ~ Terrill Bodner
"CN Train Bridge No 1" is one of my favourite images of this over a century old train bridge in Prince George. In 1972 we drove across it when we moved from Nova Scotia to a place named after royalty. At 13 years of age, this bridge looked monstrous to me and the noise it made when the car drove over it was enough to make me want to end the journey and quickly! I still don't do well standing on the edge of anything!
"CN Train Bridge No 2" This pretty pink sky didn't last long. On October 14, 2018 the Fraser River was so low I could walk across the river bottom to Goat Island in Prince George in the early evening. It's always a challenge to try to get a different perspective of this iconic bridge.
"CN Train Bridge No 3" There's something about old bridges that draws me back to capture them again and again in all different seasons. This time it is from the perspective of standing near Goat Island during the dry season when the river is low enough to cross to the island.
"CN Train Bridge No 4" April 15, 2011 at 6:29 am the sun was breaking through the clouds. The haunting beauty of the mist, so soft, playing around the steel structure of the century old bridge urged me to stop the car and get the shot. Prince George's Grand Trunk Pacific Railway bridge is the longest railway bridge in British Columbia at half a mile long.
"CN Train Bridge No 5" This old bridge continues to intrigue me, drawing me back on special occasions to see what I can capture. On the night of the Hunter Moon, 24th of October, 2018, I patiently waited for the the moon to rise in the east, hoping for a shot of it over the bridge. Changing my position a few times, I finally got it where I wanted it, and I only had a few seconds to capture multiple shots that I knew I would be making into a composite. The brightness of the moon was the most difficult part, since when I had set the camera to expose the moon the bridge was totally dark. I then had to capture the bridge with a much longer exposure which gives flares of light around the moon. Hence the layering of files that needed to be done.
"CN Train Bridge No 6" A different angle, different season, it always captures my interest, this old bridge. On the 13th of October, 2018, at 10:30 am, I wandered across the dry riverbed to Goat Island to see this bridge from a different perspective. People were wandering around collecting agates that can be found washed down the river.
"CN Train Bridge No 7" A black and white version of this over a century old bridge in Prince George, British Columbia.
"CN Train Bridge No 8" At low water times, it's interesting to wander down by the river and see what this fabulous old bridge will reveal. Over the years it has stood the test of time with the huge concrete pillars that hold up the weight of steel that spans the river.
"CN Train Bridge No 9" The beginning of Civil Twilight (the limit at which twilight illumination is sufficient, under clear weather conditions, for terrestrial objects to be clearly distinguished) happened at 8 PM on April 7, 2020. As I stood with tripod set up and camera ready, I waited for the Pink Moon to rise up and I wasn't disappointed. As the Blue Hour approached I watched the sky change from a soft Azure to a deep Royal blue.
"CN Train Bridge No 10" The beginning of Civil Twilight (the limit at which twilight illumination is sufficient, under clear weather conditions, for terrestrial objects to be clearly distinguished) happened at 8 PM on April 7, 2020. As I stood with tripod set up and camera ready, I waited for the Pink Moon to rise up and I wasn't disappointed. As the Blue Hour approached I watched the sky change from a soft Azure to a deep Royal blue.
"CN Train Bridge No 11" This old bridge is over 100 years old. On July 29, 2020 the Nechako River was receding so the park was accessible if you went in on foot. With a waxing gibbous moon on the rise, and the long exposure smoothing out the water, the feeling of calm and quiet was there to enjoy.
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