Part of a shop display I walked past in Oslo yesterday.
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My world through my camera lens
This is a long partially collapsed structure with an iron or steel sheeted roof.Here the Turf was laid out for drying.You can still see the wires that run back and forth along the whole length of the shed. As far as I know the turf wasn’t used for fuel like in Ireland but may have been used for roofing and the like. I’ll have to find more .
This shot was taken using the built-in flash on the D800. Keen eyes will notice the lens shadow from the 16.35 mm I was using at the time.
This is a re-visit of yesterdays shot . I used selective colouring and some filters in HDR Efex. I liked this one so much I thought I’d share it.
Something completely different a little Oslo Street fun. Taken while on my way to a meeting. With my D800 and 50mm f1.8 D lens. PS. Did I mention that I think every photographer should have a fast 50.
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