Separating Poole and Hamworthy located in Dorset is the Twin Sails Bridge. After a short trip to Poole Quay for chips by the sea, the sun started to descend. Heading to the bridge, I instantly loved the industrial feel for these photographs.
A concrete ‘viewing’ area, allowed clear shots of the bridge, which stands at 55 meters high and take two minutes to fully open!
I love this picture below because of the the cloudy orange horizon, the silhouetted street lamps, and the continuous road into the distance give me a real ‘road-trip’ feeling!
The other side of the bridge faces Holes Bay. Luckily the tide was out, leaving a beautiful scenery in the dusk atmosphere. Especially with the shipwreck in the near distance!
After the sun had disappeared, making a slow way back to Poole Quay, I noticed how this alley way was lit up by the street lamps attached to the wall. The reflection on the window created a ‘Gothic’ feeling to the atmosphere, especially as the alleyway curves round, leaving you unable to see the end.
These photographs were taking using my iPhone 5C and Nikon D3000.
Location: BH15 1HW
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