I think I mentioned this with my other Forth rail bridge photo. While I was there I had to wait until really late until they turned on the light. At least the wind stopped after the sunset and the water level fell down, so I could get close to the bridge. Still to pass the time I took some photos and this is one of them.

This is a manual blend from 5 photos, taken by the Forth rail bridge near Edinburgh, Scotland. You can also see the Forth road bridge in the background.
Waiting for the lights

Simply browse all my photos

If you ever wanted to easily brows all my photos in one big (actually huge :)) gallery, feel free to visit my Smugmug portfolio under www.hdrshooter.net (or jump dirrectly into the gallery here). Smugmug gives the simplest way to look through all the photos.

Leadenhall Market In London

Here I really wanted a different composition. But as I got here around 2pm, it was quite full with people and directly in the middle, there was a stand, where they were selling something. And as you noticed from all my photos, I prefer having no people in my shots (usually :)). So I went with look more towards the ceiling, but still I got few people in there. But as I also almost never crop my photos, I let them be.

This is a manual blend from 5 shots, taken in the Leadenhall Market In London
Leadenhall Market In London

When you have no luck for a nice sunrise, at least you can go with a nice blue colored sky.

This is a manual blend from 5 shots. Photo taken from the Hungerford bridge in London
Blue morning in London

Destination Prague

As usually each spring,  tomorrow I’m leaving for a few days trip to Prague. Prague is so beautiful and gives so many photo opportunities, that I like to return there quite often. So from next week, you can expect again new Prague photos on the blog :)

St Martin’s Church

There is a very nice balcony (I will call it balcony, as I don’t know how to call it :)), right next to this church. It a great place from where to take a photo of the church, it’s just to close to the church. And as the church is quite high, it wont fit into one photo, even if taken at 16mm. So in the end I created a vertorama. And due to how close I was, it created quite a lot of distortions, but due to way it was taken, you can’t really remove it. You would just destroy the photo.

This is manual blend from 10 photos. Taken by the Bullring in Birmingham, UK
St Martin's Church

Photo categories

Each photo on this page is separated into categories based on the country and city where the photo was taken. So if you like to see more photos from a certain city, just choose it under categories on the bottom right of this page :)

Lamp on the bridge

You can visit any city, but go out before 6am and you will have the streets just for you (the only exception I have seen until now was the Charles bridge in Prague :) ). It’s so nice to have the streets just for yourself. And as the buses already run, you can get some very nice long exposure photos with light streaks. No none in this one, but I will post also those :)

This is a manual blend from 5 shots. Taken by the Westminster bridge in London.
Lamp on the bridge

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