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    Posted: 26 May 2019 at 12:21
Got up early on Friday and headed to Kings Park for a dawn shoot.

All taken with the a99ii and Ziess 16-35mm.

1. War Memorial @ 6am


2. War Memorial @ 7.40am


3.City of Perth @ 6.30am

City Limits by Steve Kerrison, on Flickr

4. City of Perth @ 7.20am


5.War Memorial and City


6. The Eternal Flame


Thanks for looking
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Number 1 is the best pic in the set. Very well saw and shot. Tfs.
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Fully agree with Chris! The light and reflection of the torch is very nice and create a special atmosphere.
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Beautiful series! Almost a timelapse video!

And for me as well #1 is the outstanding image in it!

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Thanks for the kind comments #1 is my personal favourite too - I'm glad we can all agree on that
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Originally posted by stevo71 stevo71 wrote:

Thanks for the kind comments #1 is my personal favourite too - I'm glad we can all agree on that


Not quite all! lol. It is certainly a great image... but still, now on my second viewing I still like 2 best of that scene. I can't say why exactly, but it resonates with me more.

But, for the whole set, I find I like number 3 best actually. And 5.... just great work overall. Nicely captured my friend.

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Nice set with the first one being the standout (for me).
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