Pike Place Market

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    This shot is compiled of a few photos stitched together to make a large shot.

    Canon 40D with 70-200mm f/4 attached. ISO 100, SS - 1.3 seconds at f/11.

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    Civitas Veritas, jenkins.ja, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. IceNineJon 91 months ago | reply

      Good evening shot. Hope you're liking the 40D...mine should arrive this Thursday :)

    2. psychobabble 91 months ago | reply

      WOW! Great shot. I love how the cars and building look pinkish, purple. Fabulous colors.

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    3. sevgi.k 91 months ago | reply

      Score _7.5_/10 (from the Score Me! group)

    4. Manolo Marrero 91 months ago | reply

      Score 6.5/10 (from the Score Me! group)

    5. Sgoldbe [deleted] 91 months ago | reply

      Score 8/10 (from the Score Me! group)

    6. YUL.Wade 91 months ago | reply

      Score 7/10 (from the Score Me! group)

    7. Dwood Photography 91 months ago | reply

      very neat shot, love that market

    8. Civitas Veritas 91 months ago | reply

      Very interesting effect. Well done!

    9. surrealeyenikon 91 months ago | reply

      I love this shot. Classis composition, but the color saturation and the time of day that you picked sells me on this one. I am an early morning person but the sunset in this is perfect. Well done.

    10. jenkins.ja 89 months ago | reply

      Great job on this! What beautiful colors!

    11. dryasadingo 87 months ago | reply

      great lighting! you captured it just at the right moment

    12. Erica-Rose 81 months ago | reply

      i love the colors in this picture. classic shot of the fish market made interesting

    13. dezzyx08 74 months ago | reply

      Wow. Beautiful Colors!

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