Tilikum Crossing, Portland, Oregon.
This is the newest bridge in Portland. It is for the Max line, pedestrians and bikers only. No cars. The lights change color and pattern based on how fast, deep and cold the Willamette river is flowing. I’ve photographed this bridge in pre-dawn light dozens of times and the colors are rarely the same. Blues, yellows, greens, all sorts of combinations. The best place to photograph this is, strangely, a floating pier just north of the bridge. In calm water, you can get some great long exposures. This time the river was so still that I got a perfect reflection. Even with a 4 minute exposure!
Any comments appreciated.
Is this a composite: No
Canon 5DS R, Zeiss Milvus 21mm f/2.8, 240 seconds @ f/8, ISO 100, tripod, probably a polarizer.