"I frequently travel to London. I've probably been to London about 10 times in the last few years. And nearly every trip, I try to visit Tower Bridge to keep looking for a new picture to take.
It took me a long time to figure out how to take a shot from this side of the bridge. That's because it wasn't obvious how to do it before - the river was just too high. However, just by dumb luck during my last trip to London, I suddenly realized that during low tide, there is a rocky beach that makes it possible to explore the bridge from different angles.
The beach is very slippery, so having appropriate shoes is a must. During my last visit, I was fortunate that low tide and sunset coincided to let me take shots with a colorful sky. I originally intended to shoot during the blue hour, and while I was waiting, I used my B+W 10 Stop Neutral Density on a MeFOTO RoadTrip in a 4 minute exposure to capture this shot during the last moments of the golden hour." - Brian