The waterfront of St. Petersburg, Florida is home to the third largest continuous waterfront park in North America (behind Vancouver and Chicago). This is why at the very edge where the city meets Tampa Bay as viewed from the water the first thing you will see are trees. This long park system is my favorite part of the entire city.
I made this photograph from a secret-ish spot on The Pier allowing for a low near water-level viewpoint of the St. Petersburg skyline. The ten second exposure allowed for some motion blur on the surface of the water and for pulling out the last remaining light in the twilight sky.