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Atlas statue at the Rockefeller Center USA

You should always look up while taking a walk with your camera in Manhattan.
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Lots of people

All timings are equally good

07:15 18:04
16:35
40°45'33.5391" N 73°58'36.6734" W

Bookmarks (16)

  • Florian Müller
  • Alessandro Giovenco
  • David Bjorgen
  • Lukáš Vrbický
  • Maciej Laska
  • Luis Muñoz-Yuste
  • Markus Beer
  • Mike B
  • Lee Walker
  • Parth@
  • Omar Mhammedi
  • Nandor Emil Dudas
  • Aaron Verleysen
  • Keith Moten
  • Maximilian Kaiser
  • shang fu
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Antoni Figueras
Antoni Figueras 10.07.2016
Nice when it is a bit cloudy, with long exposure (use ND filters)
fototante.de
fototante.de 11.07.2016
I don't want to use ND filters for every picture. I like the small fleecy clouds. They look like candy floss and that was my decision for a short exposure that time.

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Thank you fototante.de for creating this photo spot and Antoni Figueras for improving it with additional photos or content.
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