Under the bridge -Revisited

Several years ago, when I were only a few years into my photographic journey, I took a picture under the railroad bridge crossing Limfjorden in Aalborg, Denmark.
At that time I were using the cheap but cool Nifty-Fifty (Canon 50mm f/1.8 II) on an EOS 1000D body. It was my first prime lens and it really taught me a lot, especially about the dangers of a too narrow depth of field, but also that 50mm on a APS-C sensor is way to tight for me.
Now, 4½ years later I decided to try again using my Sigma 30mm lens on my EOS 60D. Yup, still shooting crop 🙂
I like the new version a lot more than the original. It does not seem as closed as the original version.