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ISO 800 was not intended. I somehow thought I was working with 100 but obviously I wasn't -.-

Larger highway bridge near Dresden.
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Image size
733x1074px 825.33 KB
Canon EOS 7D
Shutter Speed
1/160 second
Focal Length
95 mm
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Date Taken
Apr 19, 2011, 1:40:22 PM
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Eisratte03's avatar
Wow wo hast du das Foto den aufgegabelt :omg: Tolle Sache das. Würd ich auch gern mal entdecken.
TobiasRoetsch's avatar
Die Autobahnbrücke über den Lockwitzgrund ;) Danke dir :)
Eisratte03's avatar
Ah alles klar sagt mir was...gerne^^
josephacheng's avatar
Well you were able to use F/22 and I think that somewhat helped in the depth of field here :)
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artstarter's avatar
Very artistic...I love it.
anarchitekture's avatar
I like the concrete "framing" :) hits the spot with the nature being overrun by concrete
GamerWorld14's avatar
I hate when I'm in high iso and I don't know it... very nice job though! :D :+fav:
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Ryan-TheGrav-Berry's avatar
very cool image, brings all sorts of ideas to mind as to how it got there. Very very cool and inspirational.
gdpr-11216708's avatar
cooler schuß.
ich mag die perspektive. eine schöne, etwas andere tiefe.
ShAd0wC4t's avatar
Love how the green stands out so much against the dull gray concrete. Very interesting shot.
TheHarlequinsMask's avatar
Simple and strikingly effective. Well done.
serpentine-eyes1994's avatar
It kind of looks like the tree is peaking around the corner as if to say “Hello? Who is there?” Thank you for posting such an awesome photo! :heart:
anastipanic's avatar
yeah, great capture and title..:)
Orange-1's avatar
Excellent Shot!:-)
pendrym's avatar
I really like the idea behind the title and how it works on the image
Schweinskopfsuelze's avatar
Oh, da kann man Fotos machen?
Und wie ich hier sehe auch noch gute!

Gut das ich das jetzt noch gesehen habe.

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