I haven’t posted for a bit as I have family visiting from overseas, the good news is we have been touring the Red Zone and I have lots of photos of buildings I haven’t been able to see for nearly a couple of years, and lots of demolition photos. I’m sure you are all THRILLED 🙂
Driving across town to meet the family for dinner I could see the sun beginning to light up the sky as it set, luckily I had my camera with me. I could see this pair of cranes being silhouetted by the clouds as I was heading towards town. Even though it would make me late, I drove into Latimer Square, parked then walked across an empty lot to get a clear shot of the cranes against the sky.
Taken handheld ISO320, F4, 1/200th of a sec, at 135mm on my 70-200 F4 IS lens and 7D body.
Cranked the ISO up a bit to get the faster shutterspeed so I could get a sharp shot handheld. Did a few practise breaths, and then a big exhale, and shot at the end of my breath for a steady shot.
Even in destruction there is beauty.