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I was driving home from work one day on a cold, clear winter's evening along the A548 through Deeside, North Wales.
The sun had just set, leaving a beautiful orange glow on the western horizon, which transitioned to the blue of twilight higher in the sky.
The light was so lovely that I had to pull over into a convenient layby to admire the view and hopefully capture a photo or two of the contrasting colour gradient.
Needing some structural elements to hold my image's composition together, I racked my zoom lens out to its maximum and focused on the centre support column and intricate cabling of the Flintshire suspension bridge in the far distance, with a solitary spotlight on top of the tower providing a much needed focal point.
Maybe not my usual photographic fare, but an eye catching combination of colour, light, shape and structure nonetheless.
Filename - flintshire suspension bridge 02
Camera - Canon EOS350D DSLR
Lens - 55-200mm zoom @ 200mm
Exposure - 0.8 sec @ f/11, ISO100
Filters - None.
Location - Deeside, North Wales
Image enhancements - Adobe Lightroom
Comments - Tripod, mirror lockup and remote release used to prevent camera movement.
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