Photographed in some early morning winter fog looking along the Erie basin of the Manchester Ship Canal toward the 80 metre long Detroit Bridge.
The Detroit bridge used to be a railway swing bridge across the canal and was moved in 1988 to it's current position spanning dock 9.
This photo is loosely influenced by the wonderful 19th century impressionist paintings by Adolphe Valette in Manchester Art Gallery. Here's a link to the page of this website where I discuss Valette's influence on my photos of the city: Influences - Adolphe Valette (1876 – 1942)
Location: Salford \Quays