This is the Manhattan Bridge. It was taken from the Brooklyn-side of the bridge. And it was not the bridge that caught my attention. It was the brilliant sky. This is the reason why I used the Lightroom Gradient Tool to underexpose the cityscape.
There are intentional manifestations in life. These are milestones that are set in place purposefully. Strategically. As calculated pauses. They are deliberate in meaning — to reflect.
Why? Because life is not the greatest of all educators. But life tempered by reflection is an endowment. To sit quietly. To ponder. To allow the internal exchange of analysis, deliberation and conclusion. Are pillars of the evolution.
And what is life without the evolution? A life rank with regret.
- Camera: NIKON D5000
- Focal Length: 18mm
- Exposure: Multiple | HDR (sorry I forgot to get that info)
- ISO/Film: 100
- Lens: Nikkor 18 – 55mm
- Software: Lightroom 4.2 and Photomatix 4.1
- Tripod: Oben AT-3400