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Sometimes I am super busy to handle my research and have no time to take photos.

Fortunately, I could see a very beautiful view of Anzac bridge from my apartment's west window. And, I usually look at it when I want to relax. The bridge, in proximity to the central business district of Sydney, Australia, is very beautiful at dusk, especially when the sunset is gorgeous.

From my window, I attached Nikon 80-200, f/2.8 to D700 and took this shot at 200mm. I have some photos of Anzac bridge and one of them that I like most is being presented.

At evening golden hour, lots of cars were speedily across this bridge. I'd like to capture its movement; hence, I employed Lee Big Stopper (10 stops reduction) that allowed me setting the camera about 500 seconds of speed shutter @ f16.0. WB was set at Auto and picture style was Landscape (+9 sharpness; - 1 contrast; and +2 saturation).

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