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Watching the Sun do Down -III

Posted by
Robin Maben (Pune, India) on 19 August 2008 in Landscape & Rural.

When in dream-mode, I always wonder what it feel like to be able to fly.
And this frame makes me wonder what it would feel like to watch the Sun go down after a lond day's adventure flying around.

Another sunset from my rooftop. July 2008.

Panasonic DMC-FX10 1/160 second F/14.0 ISO 100 105 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Arps from Hyderabad, India

Nice capture and good words to match it... The color is beautiful...btw it also looks like a projected shadow...

19 Aug 2008 6:42am

@Arps: Hey, Thanks!
Projected shadow? (This 1's a silhouette) I didn't quite get you.

Hinah from Karachi, Pakistan

i like the simplicity of objects here...good composition too. The only drawback is that it looks slightly shaken. but a very interesting one all together.:)

19 Aug 2008 3:14pm

@Hinah: Thanks, Hinah! ;-)

Arps from Hyderabad, India

Maben i know this is a silhouette..... have you ever observed how a shadow of an object looks on a screen.. so thats what i meant here that the light glow on the left corner could have been a light source .. I hope you are getting me now :) )

19 Aug 2008 6:11pm

DAVID T from Ireland

Why would you select F14 when no depth of field is required , and apparently some speed might be useful? Other than that, pleasant.

20 Aug 2008 4:14am

@DAVID T: May I mention that this was shot with a compact and not a DSLr. If you'd read all the EXIF carefully, you would've guessed that the arperture settings weren't manual.
But thanks nyways, very critical eye there.Appreciate it.

Panasonic DMC-FX10
1/160 second
ISO 100
105 mm (35mm equiv.)