Photographer's Note

firstly i would like to thank everybody for their kind critiques for this one and as Kath says more notes were needed,Its just sometimes i have to battle with my 11 year old son for computor time.
this was taken from the English side of the 2nd Severn bridge looking towards my beautiful home country of Wales,I had to get down pretty close to the waters edge for this one and got pretty muddy which did not impress the wife.
Tripod was used with the camera set on aperature priority F22 to get a sharp image throughout,exposure was 30 seconds,I think the star effect on the lights may have come from the long exposure,perhaps somebody out their knows.On this trip i also saw a lovely heron,i just wish i had a longer lens with me.
Anybody visiting here must be very careful near the water as this is the Bristol Channel which has the 2nd fastest tide turn around in the world and is treacherous.Its also a pretty isolated place after dark so be wary,the daytime is pretty cool though with families and joggers and dog walkers in abundance.
I had a great few hours here my only gripe was having to pay to get back into Wales afterwards.
Bye for now.

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