An Evening View from Cambridge – Boston, MA, U.S.A. – September 3, 2016
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Category: Landscape, Night Photography, Photography, Street Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: Boston, Cambridge, Charles River, lights, long exposure, Massachusetts, night photography, panoramic, Photography, Timothy S. Allen, Water
That’s a beautiful panorama!
Thank you for your kind words.
Agree. Very nice!
Thanks Rawls. I think this was made from 10 images. Each were shot for 25 to 30 seconds. I went from the darkest to the lightest sky. I think it should have been reversed as it took awhile to shoot all of these images and the light was changing fairly quickly.
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Terrific reflections and colors, Tim. Love the panoramic view.
Jane thank you. The strangeness of this was due to being 180 degrees. I’m not sure I’d do it that way again.
Great photo. I’ll be in Boston later this month do you have any photo locations to recommend?
Thank you. This image was taken from the Cambridge side of the Charles River. It was very close to Mass Ave in front of MIT. Any of the Harbor Island ferries are great. I’m checking out the Boston cum
Customs House for high level sunset shot if I can use a tripod I’ll consider doing a time lapse. I’ll know tomorrow. That’s all for now. I’m approaching my T stop.
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