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Towering Above

Posted on Tue 31st Jan, 2006, 1:36am

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/400, Aperture: f/5.6,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: None,
Lens: Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 EX DC, Focal length: 18mm,
Captured: 21st January 2006, 3:22pm,

This is the first of the non-portrait shots I'm going to put up from the day out with Ghost and Jeff.

I have no idea what the big towery thing is. It was this weird, four-legged structure over the railway lines. I took a couple of pictures with trains passing underneath, one of which I might put up. Then I noticed the faded colours on the building across the water and the reflection, so I took this photo.

Overall I'm not sure what to make of this shot. It's a bit odd but I'm not sure why. Maybe I tried to fit too many objects into the frame. Dunno.

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Sysagent, Tue 31st Jan, 2006, 8:35am
[fussy] I woould have perhaps zoomed out a bit more or moved to allow the top of the structure in the b'ground to have the top of it appearing (its missing) [/fussy]

Sule, Tue 31st Jan, 2006, 10:00am
I really like this shot. You Should definatley do more non-portrait shots. It would have been better if the sky didn't go grey at the top.

Nickoli, Tue 31st Jan, 2006, 10:08am
I like it. You still hanging around Carpenter's Rd then?

Jamey, Tue 31st Jan, 2006, 10:24am
It wasn't Carpenters Rd but it was somewhere around that whole DLR wasreland type area. Only just noticed that greyness to the sky. Weird. Not sure what thet's all about.

Tony Robinson, Fri 3rd Feb, 2006, 3:38pm
tis' the ramains of Castle Greyskull! where's me jumpah?

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