I snapped this photo on a quick stop on one of the many bridges on my walking trails.

I was looking to get a unique perspective rather than my usual long shot of the river.

I don’t check any photos until after I get home, as I don’t want too long of a disruption from my walking pace.

Most of my photos end up being deleted. That’s one of the many joys of digital/iPhone photography. I usually keep just one or two if they show what I was going for in the snap. If I haven’t been successful in that, I keep just one as a reminder to return to that spot and try again.

In this photo, I unintentionally caught so many more elements than just the different perspective I was looking for.

I love it when a photo holds surprises.

“There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.”

~ Ansel Adams