My Wednesday Photo
This week’s Wednesday Photo is from a trip I made to Vietnam a couple of years ago. I occasionally travel with a photojournalist buddy who, to put it mildly, inspires me.
The photo below was shot on Hanoi’s Long Biên Bridge which was built in 1899-1902 by the architects Daydé & Pillé of Paris. The pedestrian, auto and rail bridge was one of the US Air Force’s favorite targets during the war. It is still standing. The bridge is now a big engagement and wedding backdrop. I shot this with my Widelux and film. I miss film.