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This is a picture of Dubai Marina, taken on my recent trip there. This was taken from one of the bridges that span the marina waters. Despite having thousands of apartments on the site, the area seemed strangely quite and empty most of the time.

 

This is the last picture I'll be posting for some while as I'll be taking a break. Hopefully, I can come back with some half decent shots in a few weeks time. I should be posting again some time toward the end of June. Until then, stay well Flickr folk and thank you for your continued support.

One from the archives taken from my trip to Dubai. This is Dubai marina and the expensive apartments I can't afford !!. The sky was very hazy that night and wasn't as clear as I would have liked. Still the marina itself is amazingly bright and lit up. The photograph was taken with a 14-24mm zoom lens which doesn't take filters.

This is a photograph of the old favourite, Tower Bridge. I haven't photographed this bridge for a few years so I decided to get a blue hour version of the structure. This was taken from the north side of the river, next to the Tower of London.

A second photograph from the Old Town Square in Warsaw; one which has been largely rebuilt after the Second World War. This was taken in the evening during the blue hour.

This is a photograph of the Reichstag in Berlin. It was built between 1884 and 1894 as part of Bismark's expanding empire. It was a very cloudy day when I shot this one, so appologies for the grey look to the scene.

This is part of the very colourful Poznan Town Centre in Poland. This square is stunning in its colourful and ornately designed buildings. A great space to be.

Taken from under one of the bridges spanning the Dubai Marina. This is an impressive part of Dubai with what seems to be tens of thousands of apartments. I had to be quick with this one as a security guard was near by and didn't want photography with tripods!! Silly rule.

 

A photograph of Las Vegas Boulevard as seen from one of the pedestrian bridges that cross this busy carriage way. The long exposure gave me the opportunity to capture the light trails of the rushing traffic.

This is a second shot from this location, featuring the boats parked in this part of the Dubai Marina. Taken during the blue hour I managed to capture the colors of this amazing place.

Have a nice and relaxing Sunday Flickr folk.

Taken during the blue hour over Dubai marina. I decided to use the bridge and walkway to frame the scene. The buildings opposite are apartments, though I suspect some are businesses as well.

A second shot taken at the Louvre after the blue hour to avoid the crowds. Despite this, there were many people still walking around late at night. A few ghostly shadows appear in this shot too. It was a very windy night, Saturday night, when I took this shot and so the clouds have come out with dramatic motion blur.

 

I used the 14-24mm F2.8 lens for this shot, which doesn't take filters; so no filters were used for this picture

This is a photograph of Louvre Palace (or part of it) and the famous, or infamous, pyramid. I took this after the blue hour as I was photographing somewhere else at that time!!. Another from the archives as the weather is too cold and atrocious to go out shooting here in London. My excuse anyway. If I don't post another picture before the great day, may I take this opportunity to wish all Flickr friends a happy Christmas and extremely prosperous New Year. Feliz Navidad as my Spanish friends would say.

 

A second photograph from the Gendarmenmarkt square, featuring the Konzerthaus. I could have taken a wider angled view of the building but there were too many people in the way; so I had to get up closer and go for a more, exaggerated wide angled view.

SW150 Filter Holder with Gradual ND .06 and ND .06 filters.

A photograph of the famous Chain bridge in Budapest Hungary. Based on the design of the Hammersmith Bridge in London, the Chain bridge links Buda and Pest across the Danube river. This picture was taken from the Buda side. The building to the left is a posh hotel (didn't stay there I'm afraid). The bridge in the distance is Elizabeth bridge.

A second shot from the Joshua Tree National Park at sunset. A marvelous and wild place at the same time.

The curving part of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link bridge built on sea in Mumbai. Seen here is a woman fishing on rocky shore, her dogs waits and looks on. The backdrop is Mumbai's skyline!

 

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Dirty laundry from all over Mumbai is brought to this massive open air laundry & painstakingly hand washed by the Dhobis and it was formed in 1890!

  

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This is a photograph of the wonderful Poznan town centre in Poland. Quite possibly the most attractive town centre I've ever seen, with the rows of brightly painted and decorated buildings. It was a bit cloudy when I arrived here, but that did not detract from the area's beauty.

 

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Another shot from my trip to Dubai earlier this year. The scene features some of the towers which are being built and constructed throughout this Emirate. I suspect the work is far more advanced now, than when I took this shot.

Shortly after buying my Canon 1DsIII I started the process of switching from DSLR to Mirrorless and I decided to go with Sony rather than any other make and I decided that I needed to go with Full-Frame and I discovered almost immediately that good glass made a big difference.

 

As Sony Full-Frame Lenses are very expensive a friend suggested that I should consider getting Sigma Art lenses that would be suitable for my Canon IDsIII and by using the Sigma MC-11 adapter could be mounted on my Sony A7RII body. To be honest I am not keen on adapters but the MC-11 is supposed to be excellent.

 

At the moment I only have one lens for my Canon and it is an old Sigma 14-24mm, all my other lens are on loan to some of my friends. This morning I tried the Canon/Sigma combination and to be honest it was not a pleasing experience as there were many issues but one problem was the weight … unfortunately this indicates that I might be unhappy with the weight of the Fuji GFX 50S [which I am considering]. I always had an AF problem with the Canon and this was very evident today [apparently some Mark III had an auto-foucus bug]. I should mention that I have used the Sigma 14-24mm lens with my Sony A7RII [via a Metabones adapter] and it gave better images that I got using it with the Canon but every four or five minutes the camera froze. My Metabones adapter was a bad buy.

 

Today I had serious dust problems and had to crop many of my photographs as a result. I had forgotten that I had to get my D1s sensor cleaned professionally three or four times a year at a cost of Euro 45 each time. My Sony A7R2 has only been cleaned once and at no cost to me.

 

At this stage I suspect that I will continue to buy Sony native lenses and forget about the Sigma ART lenses … I might consider the new Sigma 14mm 1.8 Prime but that is all.

This is another photograph from the Gendarmenmarkt square in Berlin. The cathedral featured is the French church built between 1701 and 1705, constructed for the Huguenots when they moved to Germany to escape persecution. The area is also filled with many restaurants and hotels.

A second photograph from Greenland dock taken from one of the bridges that span the waterways.

We travelled all around clare for the weekend and it was great.

Indeed, four seasons in one day but good fun. We visited the Cliffs of Moher, (but couldn`t get out on the sailing to the base of the cliffs) Doolin, Lisdoonvara, Kinvara, and poulnabrone Dolmen. Some places I always meant to visit , but kept putting it on the long finger until this time, we went and did it.

 

Go out and DISCOVER IRELAND! It`s brillant.

 

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Shortly after buying my Canon 1DsIII I started the process of switching from DSLR to Mirrorless and I decided to go with Sony rather than any other make and I decided that I needed to go with Full-Frame and I discovered almost immediately that good glass made a big difference.

 

As Sony Full-Frame Lenses are very expensive a friend suggested that I should consider getting Sigma Art lenses that would be suitable for my Canon IDsIII and by using the Sigma MC-11 adapter could be mounted on my Sony A7RII body. To be honest I am not keen on adapters but the MC-11 is supposed to be excellent.

 

At the moment I only have one lens for my Canon and it is an old Sigma 14-24mm, all my other lens are on loan to some of my friends. This morning I tried the Canon/Sigma combination and to be honest it was not a pleasing experience as there were many issues but one problem was the weight … unfortunately this indicates that I might be unhappy with the weight of the Fuji GFX 50S [which I am considering]. I always had an AF problem with the Canon and this was very evident today [apparently some Mark III had an auto-foucus bug]. I should mention that I have used the Sigma 14-24mm lens with my Sony A7RII [via a Metabones adapter] and it gave better images that I got using it with the Canon but every four or five minutes the camera froze. My Metabones adapter was a bad buy.

 

Today I had serious dust problems and had to crop many of my photographs as a result. I had forgotten that I had to get my D1s sensor cleaned professionally three or four times a year at a cost of Euro 45 each time. My Sony A7R2 has only been cleaned once and at no cost to me.

 

At this stage I suspect that I will continue to buy Sony native lenses and forget about the Sigma ART lenses … I might consider the new Sigma 14mm 1.8 Prime but that is all.

Today, 7 Henrietta Street is for sale for €850,000 which is a lot less than the €3.25m price when it came to market in 2008. What really surprised me is that it is one of the largest houses in Dublin. It consists of 27 room and it has space equivalent to the floor space of eight modern day average sized three-bedroom family homes.

 

Until the 1960s there was a family in each room and 107 people were recorded as living in this building in 1916.

testando os equipamentos e o flash com fotos de bmx.

 

essa manobra é style demais,gosto muito de fazer fotos dela.

 

Piloto:Danilo Rios

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testing equip. and flash with bmx.

 

Rider:Danilo Rios

Gorgonian Fan Corals on Grand Cayman

 

tire and fender shot with a Nikon 14-24mm

The Western face of the Colosseum in Rome.

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