Every once in a while you take a photograph that you forget about. And then, when you get it in your hands again, years later, you think: Wow, really? This is where I took that? And it speaks to you in a way or another.
This image here is nothing all too special and I have shown it to you before.
It is the exit of a cave full of stalagmites and stalgatites and there, over the bridge, is the way out of the cave and back into the sunshine.
We were on a guided tour there - no other visits possible - and when standing in this spot, waiting for the guide to continue his talk, I looked over to the light and wondered, how the image would come out if I miss-set my white balance quite a bit.
Well, here is it: The blue light of day
In retrospect I wish I had framed it differently- further to the right and less of the black rock. But I seriously think that with an image like this, one day, I will have to make a photo-composite with something spacey or alien coming over that bridge, right?