Original Version from 2013
OMG, I take a lot of photos of bridges. I think I knew this in the back of my head, but good grief, I have a ton of them.
This particular one of Sarasota Bay and the Ringling Bridge is from about six years ago. I reprocessed it just for fun and, to see the difference time makes.
I made several large prints of the original that subsequently sold. I have it hanging in a hallway downstairs as well. Anyway, I like the new one and maybe I'll print it also someday.
The weather can be a metaphor for emotions. It can be bright and sunny one day, gloomy the next.
I can imagine wind as a metaphor for thoughts, blowing through the mind, never-ceasing. We draw on the forces of nature to represent our inner experiences. Maybe our internal environment follows some of the same laws of physics; like fluid dynamics.
Anyway, this picture is of two people fishing at the pier on a foggy day. At least, that's what it appears to be on the surface. Beyond that, it could be something much closer to home.