2 poles.....

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  1. deggimatt

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    A great view of two large poles. On the backround you can see the harbour.

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    Thanks for looking
     
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    Nice shot matt,Good to see you back in the forum,What equipment did you use for this shot because I just got an SLR and im about to go use it.any tips.
     
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    I used only my fuji 9500. I didn't used a tripod or something.
     
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    Good shot. I love the sky.
     
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    Thanks a lot!
     
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    No tripod, nothing?
    How long was your exposure then? Looks like you could JUST handhold this --- 10 minutes later and it might no longer have been possible, hm?
    Nice sky with the pinkish whisps of clouds there ... and hey, what are these two poles there for?
     
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    No nothing. I forgot my exposer but it took less than 2-3 sec. I was worrying about that light house on the left. It was turning. Hmm I think that they were used for bread drying, In the past they used to put bread on the top, there are two more of them. BTW I took that photo from the roof of my house :) thanks for the compliments.
     
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