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  1. Shot from the Indiana side of the Ohio river. Stack of 4 shots, 1/4-2 sec, f/5.6, ISO 100
  2. AJL69

    Rusty Mood

    From the album: About Women

    Model: Virginia Hinz

    © Andreas-Joachim Lins

  3. From the album: Alpha Album 1

    Tower Bridge, late afternoon/early evening, Oct. 2015. Sony a7ii with Sony 24-70 zoom lens.
  4. Sunset in Charleston, SC on Ashley River. If possible, zoom in and see the star burst effect on lights. I have not seen this at f6.3. On most lenses you need to be at around f14 or so to see the star burst. A7 MkII body. Zeiss 2/25 Batis lens. Settings: f6.3, 30 seconds, ISO 100
  5. Sony DSLR-A900 24-105mm F3.5-4.5 ƒ/8.0 24.0 mm 1/30 ISO 800 Shot of the Great belt bridge from beneath while sailing under on a cruise ship. There is 65 meters clearance under the bridge! It is 6,790 metres (22,277 ft) long with a free span of 1,624 metres (5,328 ft),[3] making it the world's third-longest suspension bridge span, surpassed only by the Akashi Kaikyō Bridge and Xihoumen Bridge. More on WIKI: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Belt_Fixed_Link#The_East_Bridge The Grand Bridge vs. the Smokestack by David Cartagena, on Flickr
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