Have you ever taken a picture and it just take hold of you, even though it doesn’t seem to be that striking from a composition standpoint? Yeah, that’s the deal with today’s image. I LOVE the picture, but there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot there, but my motto is to post what I love, so here it is.
This is the road that runs across the bridge onto Grey Cloud Island. I had already taken long exposure images here, here and here and was returning to my car when this scene presented itself. There’s some emotional attachment to it, maybe the uncertainty of where the road might take you or the conditions with the mist and fog add a certain emptiness feel to it, I’m not sure. But there’s something here that connects with me.
It’s been a great week sharing my new inspiration with you. I’m hopeful to have the chance to stretch the new B+W 10-Stop ND filter’s legs this weekend and share them with you next week, we’ll. In the mean time, have a wonderful weekend and be thinking about what you’re thankful for!
- Aperture: ƒ/32
- Camera: Canon EOS 60D
- Focal length: 17mm
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 13s