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Always, Look Back.
After spending an hour or more at the waterside on what was clearly a most beautiful day, trying to capture this gorgeous bridge in as many different ways as I could, I soon came to realise that I am flawed and, limited. I had visions in my head before making any captures at all, of the various angles at which I would intend to photograph it and, I tried so hard to see it in my mind before even taking my camera out of my bag. Alas, all of my thinking or attempts at problem-solving made little difference to my final frames – it was only the light that came mercifully to my rescue. That I was there to see it, has to be the best way to make pictures. The final frame here, however, was my ‘perfect moment’ – never, ever walk away without turning around.
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