Very nice, I like the way the sky shows up as a black color instead of blue, it adds to the sense of unreality, while still staying true on the surface to the architypal image of what an overpass should look like.
In some ways I would say there should almost be a little more sky, but that is a fine line to tread, and I do like the way it looks as it is.
I'm glad that you return to this subject in different ways. The perspective on this one makes me want to sing a couple lines from Song of the Open Road. Though the sound is unheard, the lines in my head are:
"The earth expanding right hand and left hand,
The picture alive, every part in its best light..."
The lines in your head are exactly right. They are very close to how I feel when I'm taking pictures.
I must admit I am in a...I don't know what to call it. I don't like anything I submit. I can't think of anything to shoot...and I feel like all my stuff is boring and unimaginitive. I'm not asking you to say it's not...just thinking out loud again. I'm hoping this "mood" passes quickly. :\
Its the artists that never feel they are doing great work that do the greatest work. Keep striving for more and the sky's the limit! I find your art amazing and inspirational for my own work...but I hope you never settle for anything less than what you feel is your best!
Where I work we do transplants, but no one has figured out how to do a mood transplant. (Though now that I think about it... ) What most needs to be said is that you have a very large number of admireres who know for certain that your work is anything but boring or unimaginative. Two DDs in a week should offer some evidence. But I know evidence doesn't always alter a mood. (More from me on this soon, I'll bet....)