I have lived in the viscinity of the Forth Bridges my entire life yet oddly maybe to some, never have I taken a photograph of any of them, the original Forth (Rail) Bridge, Forth Road Bridge, or the Queensferry Crossing. Actually, that’s a lie, I did take a shot of the Queensferry Crossing as it was being built, but it was more for personal documenting it than anything “artsy”.
I was over Edinburgh on an errand and realised it
As I got back to my starting point the rocks that had previously been covered were now exposed and I liked the black colour and the channels of bright green seaweed between. I also liked the fact the rocks seemed to lie in grooves parallel to the bridges with the water line zigzagging in a way that seemed to
The shot you see above was almost entirely as it came from the camera, though the shot was aided with a 2 stop soft grad ND filter and a polariser. Only the barest minimum of post processing was required and the final square crop ( my camera doesn’t do square format images in body).
I hope you like it. I also took this other shot later on though it is one view you see quite regularly of the bridge.