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Seattle Skyline

April 16th, 2011

Downtown Seattle skyline taken from Kerry Park on Queen Anne Hill. Taken using a 71-second exposure, ISO 100, f/22. The "S" shaped line of light was from a helicopter that was circling the city while the shot was taken.

Canon EOS 60D, Canon EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS, tripod, and remote shutter.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: Moshi
about 13 years ago
I like that S line shot and all the lights but the trees really ruin what could have been a great shot.
Posted By: Simtech
about 13 years ago
Trees, smeez. Even with the trees, an awesome shot. Love the S line capture.

Very cool. Nice location and composition. Nothing that I can add to improve it.
Posted By: davidintel
about 13 years ago
The "S" line really enhances this already beautiful shot, well done!
Posted By: stubulman
about 13 years ago
The "S" line reminds me of a "paraph." That's the flourish you see under some people's signature. In the old days it was used to thwart forgers.

I too wish the tree weren't there, but you can't foil Mother Nature. It is still a very appealing shot.
Posted By: ManhattanProject
about 13 years ago
Love the S, great exposure. It really needs some contrast though, it's pretty fuzzy as-is. The trees dont really matter.

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