I found this bridge very hard to resist photographing. Jerusalem’s Chords Bridge, located at the entrance of the city, this very controversial bridge was built in honour of Israel’s 60 year anniversary (2008) and symbolizes David’s Harp. Many claim that its modern look does not blend with the city’s white sandstone façade, regardless; I think it makes a good photo.
A few technical details:
This photo was taken as a daytime long exposure with 2 ND filters, a 10 Stop and a 3 Stop (total of 13 Stops) and had a shutter time of 2.5 minutes. Although the original photo didn’t have much colour in it to begin with, it gives a better impression in black and white.