Canary Wharf sunset

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Comments (8)

Sue Allen on September 29, 2008

OH, that gorgeous serpenting railing, looks as though it's melting, it's so smooth. Another Y* for the beautiful silver tones and the mirrored trail of a plane and the amazing reflections of the buildings,and the sublime way the view just slides curvaciously out of the picture. Fabulous stuff! Even the pavers are perfect!!

Very best wishes, William, if you are thinking, 'oh not that gabbling woman again, I don't mind at all if you delete this. I can't help gabbling on with such photos as these! :#

William Stephens on September 29, 2008

Gabble away Sue - I am always immensely flattered by your comments. Some say I have difficulty getting out of the door after you have sent some comments! Yes this one worked well - I wanted the lines of the railing and the building in the background and the con trail in the sky to match up as much as possible.

Andrew Roland on October 1, 2008

These are lovely William, I presume you used your tripod? Have added a few new ones myself.

Sue Allen on October 1, 2008

Perfect! Mind your head now....... :D

William Stephens on October 2, 2008

Hi Sue - you should go and see Andrew Roland'srecent pictures - excellent HDR - I thought that you could compliment him better than I can ;-) - William

William Stephens on October 2, 2008

Andrew - no tripod I was just on a day out with some friends to go to the Tesco wine tasting and we ended up going to Greenwich and Canary Wharf as well. These pictures therefore owe little to my steady hand and much to the VR system on the lens! All the best William PS enjoyed your recently photos immensely

© PICOT PRODUCCIONS on January 17, 2010

Super-nice shot.

William Stephens on January 21, 2010

Thanks for the kind comment Picot!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on September 28, 2008
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by William Stephens
    • Camera: NIKON D300
    • Taken on 2008/09/27 18:26:10
    • Focal Length: 16.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO400

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