After watching the birds swoop and fish around Florida’s Seven Mile Bridge, it was time to follow some steps to a landing adjacent to the underbelly of the bridge.
In our past home gardens, I loved creating repetitive sweeps of colour, form or much loved fragrance. I think that’s why I enjoy these two shots; despite the variations in lighting and atmosphere, they both benefit from the repetition of pillars that seem to diminish in size. This repetition is countered by variations in terms of the feathered inhabitants, which become more subtle as they are subsumed in the mists.
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