Here is another shot from last Saturday night’s Historic Mills Photography Workshop photo walk.
The iron bridge basked in red LED lights was originally a railroad bridge. It facilitated the steam locomotive engines that were built in the Stone Mill, located about a block away (behind the camera).
The lights on the bridge also change color every couple of minutes, covering the spectrum — blue, violet, red, orange, yellow, green … repeat. I waited for red.
This is one of about a dozen very similar images shot that night by about a dozen photographers, all lined up along the bridge over the North Canal. It was pretty much the last shot of the night for us.
A good night, indeed.
Sweet reflections Bob, glad to hear another workshop went well, congrats!
Would have been interesting to see how the other colors worked on the bridge, although I think you made the right choice in going for the red. Lovely still waters creating the great reflections, too.