The challenge for me on this shoot was rocks on the rivers edge. I had to move about until all five lights on the bridge were reflected in the water below. Hence the weird name. The reflections create a tunnel effect at the far end of the bridge. The bridge lights illuminate a building on the far side and vegetation. Taken about an hour after sunset there’s still a little colour in the sky near the horizon. Streaks on the waters surface are caused by an ebbing tide. The bridge is Dumaresq Island bridge and the shoreline is Dumaresq Island near Cundletown, NSW. Image was captured from Cundletown.Hand held on a monopod. As is. No cropping. No post editing. Nikon D40x on auto.
Focal length 18mm
Exposure 3.6 sec.
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