The Firth of Forth with Bass Rock in the background.
This footbridge is partially submerged twice a day at high tide.
I took it using a three minute exposure which has picked up the remnants of the sunset on the brickwork and given the water the icy effect. The light house on the rock is just visible in the far distance, the banks of the river which it normally crosses are just visible under the water.
Have a look at the big version, I think it makes more sense. The graffitti on the bridge looks like embroidery!
I have had this image in mind for a while now, I waited for the tide and light to coincide with a very bland sky to give the surreal effect I was looking for. I am really pleased with the result and I am on the lookout for more bizarre subjects to snap!
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5D |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|