Back to Hever Castle for this image, and it’s simply something that caught my eye as I walked past it. I actually walked past it twice, and the first time as I crossed the bridge I considered stopping, but decided not to. On the way back I couldn’t resist, and so stopped, dropped onto one knee and set up the image.
I dropped the f-stop down to 2.8 to get as much depth as I could, but I love how the bhouy is still slightly visible in the background water, which compliments the deep water message here.
There was a sign on the other side of the bridge that read the same, but did not have such a good look to it. I think it was new and plastic, so perhaps people kept jumping off the bridge and it was decided that, yes, you do need signs on both sides to make sure people see them. It’s easy to miss a sign I suppose; I happen to do it all the time when finding myself suddenly on top of a building 🙂
This is a scheduled post while I’m in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Actually I should be back now, an overnight flight and then straight into the office from the airport. How lovely.)
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Focal length: 70mm
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 1/200s