I set out for Ironbridge with little idea of what to expect, other than the fact that the bridge was to be illuminated with changing colours over a period of three hours.
My aim was to capture a good shot of the bridge and its reflection in the River Severn. You can see from the picture below that I was able to achieve this - and with the added bonus of a sunset (0.5 sec exposure).
The light show incorporated a range of colours but, for me, red was the most appealing hue and it contrasted well with the blue of the sky and the water.
The next two pictures were taken with a 70-200mm lens (2.0 sec exposure) and they provide an alternative view from a low-down angle.
The shadows on the cast iron make the shot visually appealing and draw the attention of the viewer.
The fourth image was taken from directly beneath the bridge and highlights the intricacies of the cast iron structure (14mm, 3.0 sec exposure).
Equipment used: Nikon D800, 14mm, 24mm, 24-70mm, 70-20mm