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Leaving Belfast

Location:
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Late October 2013

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Belfast Northern Ireland Landscape Photographer -1

 

Equipment:
X-E1 | Fuji XF18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS

Software:
Adobe Lightroom

Technical Data:
44mm | 1/1600s @ f9 | ISO 200

Background Information:
Over the October half term we headed away on the ferry, leaving Belfast about 1600. As we passed Holywood we were still enjoying the fresh air on the deck when we looked back at Belfast and saw the glorious sun beams coming down thru the clouds over the city.  I’ve never seen Belfast from this angle before, it looked like we were leaving another world.

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