The last time I visited the River Suir for a view of the N25 Bypass Bridge, also known as the Cat Flap to locals, I had a different camera and a different lens. Now armed with a Canon 7D and a 24-105 L Lens I was attempting a re-shoot.
Shot just after the blue hour ended I had to change the White Balance to Tungsten to combat the yellow street lights from Waterford city in the background.
The photo was shot on a tripod, manually focused, Image Stabilization turned off (since it is on a tripod), manual mode, as far as I recall it was about f/16 and a 25″ shot.
From a bit further away you can see poles from an old pier – might look a bit distracting but they are there and since they were full of moss they took on a very nice green hue.
Photo Location : Granny, Co. Kilkenny