2021
Devil’s Bridge Ceredigion

Devil’s Bridge Ceredigion

Wales, what an absolute treat. I’ve never really been anywhere in the United Kingdom photographing apart from the Peak District and the Lake District so I took advantage of the family holiday we went on last week to get some photographs. I didn’t take half as many photographs as I probably could have to come home with a lot more content for you all but being in my 8th month of pregnancy I had other things in my best interest. But yes, let’s talk about Devil’s Bridge Ceredigion.

Devil’s Bridge Ceredigion

This walk at Devil’s Bridge Ceredigion was especially risky for a heavily pregnant person but, no way was I missing it. I’m not going to lie though when I saw that it wasn’t advised for people with asthma I did become a little apprehensive but I had my inhaler with me and I was determined I was going to make it up the 600 steps and in good time like the rest of the group too.

The photographs were taken on a mixture of my iPhone and Canon 6D. Unfortunately due to backing them up as soon as I got a chance to my google photographs, it’s hard to differentiate the photographs from one another so, it’s just guesswork from this point. One thing I am sure of though is that all these photographs were edited in Adobe Lightroom for mobile.

Devil's Bridge Ceredigion
Devil's Bridge Ceredigion
Devil's Bridge Ceredigion
Devil's Bridge Ceredigion
Devil's Bridge Ceredigion
Devil's Bridge Ceredigion
Devil's Bridge Ceredigion
Devil's Bridge Ceredigion

I’m not going to fib to you, these photographs were mega challenging to edit and I don’t think I’m hugely keen on them if I’m honest with myself but they’re worth showing to you guys just because it really was quite a beautiful sight. Probably more so to you looking at them now because you don’t have the PTSD from walking up the 600 steps.

Which edit do you prefer for these photographs? The cooler tones, warmer tones or the black and white tones? Let me know in the comment’s below.

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