Iron Bridge


Once again I took my 10 stop ND filter out for a test drive.This is a cool old Iron bridge, built around 1930, that crosses the San Jacinto River in Humble, Texas. I have taken many, many picture of this bridge but up until this one I didn’t really like the outcome. It was a 65 second exposure @ F22.

At last I captured an image that I liked!
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2 thoughts on “Iron Bridge

  1. Am I right that the 10stop ND allows a long exposure in normal day light, which means that you get that softened cloud movement? It creates an interesting ghostly feel to the whole image… Nicely timeless.

    I like these old bridges. They often appear in many movies. I guess it is a type of bridge that may be numerous in US. Utilitarian and functional engineering. The age of the engineering can be easily dated by the lattice of riveted straps on all the beams. Also I like the street lights, which also lend an antique quality.

    Nice work fella!

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