Berlin at night. This photo almost didn’t happen, but I’m happy that it did. I was on my way back home one evening after wandering the city and having a few beers and I thought that I would take a different route home just for fun to see a different part of the city at night. I was walking across a bridge that joins the former West and East Berlin on the Spree river, and I thought, why not cross the street to see what the view is like? It looked interesting, but I wasn’t sure that I would be able to capture it quite right. So I thought why not go for a really long exposure to see what happens? That proved to be more challenging than I thought as it was cold, windy, 2am, and I had a good buzz going. This picture could be better with a tripod and without the crane, but actually I like it just the way it is. I learned my lesson that it is worth taking an extra minute to check something out when traveling, you never know what you might see.
2.5s f/7.1 18mm ISO 1250. No adjustments. Au revior until next week.