The bridge to Nowhere, what an apt name for this bridge. Water on both sides and no way to get to it.
The good news is its just like this at high tide - once the tide goes out then the foot paths become visible and you can cross over the river that flows underneath it.
Timing for this image was critical, I photographed this at 6-10 am this morning, that was the time of high tide, and the sun rose at 6-20 am.
This is slow photography, an exposure of 6 minutes, means the water and clouds smooth out, and transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary
Photographer: Marshall Sisterson