I visited the giant Øresundbride that's
connecting Malmoe/Sweden and
Copenhagen/Denmark on a rainy and foggy evening in January 2002. I was
just carrying my trusty old Canon EF loaded with Kodak Tri-X and equipped
with a Canon FD 35-70 f/4.0. It was already pretty dark and wet and cold and
I just hoped to get some good shots of the bridge resolving slowly into the fog.
Exposure time was around 2 seconds with the lens wide open at f/4.0. I pressed
the camera against some rocks and the railing of the bridge as a tripod substitute.
After some shots the batteries of the camera meter died and I had to guess an
exposure time, but things worked somehow :)