The Frederick Douglass-Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge

The Frederick Douglass-Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge is a triple steel arch bridge over the Genesee River in Rochester, New York.  This photo was taken during the blue hour from the Genesee Riverway which affords scenic views of the Rochester skyline.

To get to this area, look for the Corn Hill Landing shopping and restaurant district.  The Genesee Riverway is behind Corn Hill Landing.  Oh, and if you like pizza, check out Tony D’s Coal-fired Oven Pizza restaurant.  Fabulous!

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16 Responses to The Frederick Douglass-Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge

  1. milkayphoto says:

    Very nice, Scott! The warm orange tones complement the blue hour perfectly. Great composition and good use of leading lines.


  2. I agree with Tracy, this is beautiful.


  3. montucky says:

    That’s a gorgeous image!


  4. Nye says:

    Scott, that is one beautiful bridge, love the composition, colors and reflections.


  5. Robin says:

    Wow. That is a beautiful shot.


  6. Interesting; I’ve never seen this bridge, and didn’t even know it existed. I love this shot!


  7. Karma says:

    This is gorgeous. Would you be willing to share settings?


    • You can view them on flickr under Actions/View Exif Info. There you find I used a Nikon D700 camera and the exposure was 15 seconds, f/16, ISO 200, EV 0 with a focal length of 16mm. In the tags for the photo, you would see I used a Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 DX lens. If you assumed I used a tripod, you would be right. 🙂


  8. Giiid says:

    You have chosen a very good angle for this. Beautiful.


  9. Truels says:

    What a great composition – I love the reflections from bridge and light.


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