Sunday, April 22, 2012

London in Long Exposure 2

I know, I know. Another long exposure shot of Tower Bridge. The next few posts will be a little less predictable, I promise...


18 comments:

  1. Awesome! What a beautiful shot Alan!

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  2. Your works is getting better day after day Alan! ;-)

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  3. What can I say but Wow! ... I can see those lights twinkling ... A magic capture Alan.

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  4. i have only just discovered you page, your photos are great and this one is outstanding.

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  5. But this pic is so beautiful - we could see many more like this and never complain!

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  6. I could never get tired of seeing this. Alan this is such an amazing photograph. I love it!

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  7. Don't worry about being predictable. Love these long exposures.

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  8. That's just stunning Alan, how long an exposure??

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  9. But when you get images like this, then why not. And I enjoy seeing the results of you playing with your new camera. You will have to start adding info about how you get these pics in your commentary. Congrats. Great capture Alan.

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  10. Love the bridge - it gets no worse through your lens!

    :-) Dorthe

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  11. These are actually some of my most favorite of your captures...aside from the ones you take when you travel...(but those I like out of jealousy;))
    This is beautiful. And as I have never seen this well-known "monument" in real life...I like these so called "predictable" pictures of yours.
    Beautiful.

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  12. I echo Grace here, Alan. How long an exposure, and what were the other settings? Totally gorgeous result, BTW.

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  13. Thanks for all your nice comments. This was shot at 100 ISO, f13, 30 seconds.

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  14. Beautiful shot of an amazing place from the looks of it. I've never been to London, Melbourne yes. I was just browsing through your photos, you do good work Alan.

    Cheers.

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  15. A gorgeous one, definitely worth posting.
    We shouldn't shy away from postcard material from time to time.

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