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Scottish sunset
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Posted By: FantasticMrFox, 02-06-2015, 03:32 PM

I am lucky enough to live on the top (4th) floor of an apartment building in Dundee, Scotland, with the window in front of my desk facing southeast, offering a view over a park and the firth (Scottish equivalent of a fjord/estuary) all the way to the hills on the horizon. That way I can always observe the sunset, and when I see a particularly beautiful one I grab my tripod and camera and rush down to the waterfront to take some pictures.

Captured this one today:

f/9, 1/125 sec., ISO 100 @ 50 mm



Edit: Contrary to what I wrote above the picture was actually taken with the SMC-A 50 f/1.7, but I don't seem to be able to edit that part.
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I am lucky enough to live on the top (4th) floor of an apartment building in Dundee, Scotland, with the window in front of my desk facing southeast, offering a view over a park and the firth (Scottish equivalent of a fjord/estuary) all the way to the hills on the horizon. That way I can always observe the sunset, and when I see a particularly beautiful one I grab my tripod and camera and rush down to the waterfront to take some pictures.

Captured this one today:

f/9, 1/125 sec., ISO 100 @ 50 mm



Edit: Contrary to what I wrote above the picture was actually taken with the SMC-A 50 f/1.7, but I don't seem to be able to edit that part.
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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
I am lucky enough to live on the top (4th) floor of an apartment building in Dundee, Scotland, with the window in front of my desk facing southeast, offering a view over a park and the firth (Scottish equivalent of a fjord/estuary) all the way to the hills on the horizon. That way I can always observe the sunset, and when I see a particularly beautiful one I grab my tripod and camera and rush down to the waterfront to take some pictures.

Captured this one today:

f/9, 1/125 sec., ISO 100 @ 50 mm



Edit: Contrary to what I wrote above the picture was actually taken with the SMC-A 50 f/1.7, but I don't seem to be able to edit that part.
beautiful shot! love this colour transition
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