First, the differences. No matter how many times I have photographed the Tunkhannock Viaduct, also known as the Nicholson Bridge, I see something different. Plus, this was my first trip there with my relatively new 24 mm wide angle lens. I wanted to see what it could do, using a variety of settings and f stops.
It was a beautiful Sunday morning where I live, so I jumped in the car with my camera bag, looking forward to a great morning. It started going down hill when I got off Interstate 81 north at Route 374. Fog. Low clouds. This has happened to me before. A nice morning in one county is a grey mess in an adjacent one. It was still foggy when I made the turn on to Route 92 south. I knew the trees were past their peak, but that was OK. I was there for the bridge and that lens test.
The fog cleared a bit when I arrived at the location you see above, Route 1031. I wish I had some blue sky to work with, but the reflection in Tunkhannock Creek was better than usual. Thank you, drought. Low water. No movement. It was like a mirror.