A trip down memory lane.... To the land that time forgot: Berwick.
This is one of the the views that Berwick is famous for. Within a short space of time there are three bridges over the Tweed. Furthest upstream is the Victorian rail crossing 'The Royal Boarder Bridge', this one is not in the shot though. Then there is the 'new' bridge and closest is the 'old' bridge. I was after the reflection of the arches in the Tweed.
Remarkably, the following shots were taken about 10 minutes before the one of the bridges above, showing just how quickly the weather can change on that coast. It was quite warm but dull, but by in the time it tool to walk 200-300 metres from the mouth of the river up it the weather had completely transformed.
For these I was looking for a very simple black and white look due to the heavy mist. You couldn't really see much beyond the end of the lighthouse at the end of the water break. They might have worked better at high tide, in the simple black and white stakes but I quite like the foreground interest the rocks provide.
This will be a blog about my latest shots and what I liked or was trying to do with them
I am a teacher of Economics and have worked in various schools in Europe & Asia. One of the things I love doing is getting out and about with my camera.