Another in my little series challenging myself on a walk in the rain to make photographs that contained yellow on subjects located within about 10 feet of the street edge. Yellow was not much of a challenge to find at this time of the year, but making the shots interesting is another matter.
This barrier is at the end of Foul Bay Road overlooking Gonzales Beach. Right now it serves to hold the fall leaves in place. It was placed here about 10 years ago when an old couple failed to see the stop sign on Foul Bay Road and drove right through here and over the edge, nearly onto the beach. Apparently they were not badly injured, but the city decided a barrier was a good idea. Probably if they had hit this barrier, they would have been injured, but any people below would likely have been safer.
Looks like the left barrier had some dark green graffiti at one time, long painted over, but still vibrant under the yellow.
Canon 5Dii, Canon 100mm f2.8 macro lens, ISO400, f 2.8, 3 brackets each image at 0 EV, +1 EV and -1 EV.