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Old 11-26-2017   #1
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A few shots of Marina Bay area, Singapore.

#1 - From the Sky walk of Marina Bay Sands - when the clouds started coming down


#2 - City Heights at Merlion Park


#3 - The Merlion


#4 - Marina Bay at Blue Hour


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Nice colors and mood and seems quiet in the images.

must have been a really wide lens used, right?
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Thanks, Mr. Pickles.
Yes, it was a wide lens, 14mm f/2.8 lens used on Nikon D810.


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