Nikkor 24-70/2.8 S @24mm, f7.1, ND filter; Nikon Z 6
Low cloud, morning; we were aiming for aspect ratio more towards 4:3 here but regretted this when saw it on our screen. The hard vignetting particularly in the right top corner is caused by the profile of the filter holder screwed into the Hoya Fusion antistatic filter (that we didn't bother removing). We also used 3 shots and merged them in CS3; these ranged from - 2EV to -3EV (resulting in 1 EV shift in the exposure on respective shutters of 15, 10 and 8 seconds).
A person on the bridge appears tiny to an observer. When you cross it you are not aware of the scenery under your feet and the bridge seems massive. It also is quite long, both bridges, this one and the one we went to next, were longer than the so-marked longest bridge in the Cherrapunji area where beautiful living bridges can be seen as well. The bridge continues into the clutter of trunks on either side, especially on the right-hand side which is where we came from. Time ago support was built for the second bridge above using the existing one, bamboo poles and some connecting roots (it is a way easier than from scratch). But things changed and there are other connecting routes that link the area with other villages, so the work had been abandoned. It seems this crossing will be lost once the bridge is gone when it dies or an extreme rush of water will damage it (not so rare).