…and no, that wasn’t a typo. It’s the bridge that’s troubled, not the water. This one has no slats, and you can see right through to the river below. It’s fenced off, but you can still get close enough to make out all of the textures on its skeleton.
Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 32mm; ISO 400; F/6.3; 1/60s. VC on.
It’s been throwing it down for most of the day today, but with enough broken cloud to make it worth going out. I was rewarded for my efforts with the photo you can see after the jump.
It looks pretty tranquil here, but it was sleeting as I took this and I had to keep wiping drops of water from the lens. This is a panoramic stitch of a few vertical images, which is why it seems a lot wider than the focal length I used.
Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 20mm; ISO 400; F/9; 1/500 and 1/400s. VC on.
Turning to face the other direction gives a very different view!
Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 25mm; ISO 400; F/9; 1/200s. VC on.