“The photograph was taken at March 2nd, 2014 just after sunset by using Nikon D800 camera, Sigma 20mm f/1.8 Lens and ND filter. Pavilion lighted by halogen flood light while previous storms leftover altocumulus clouds moving on t he sky. It is total 120sec exposure at f/10 aperture at 100 ISO setting.

“You can see “Belfry of Friendship” (Ujeong-ui Jonggak), which houses the bell, and massive bronze Korean Bell of Friendship (ujeong-uijong-gag) inside the house. The bell was presented by the Republic of Korea to the American people to celebrate the bicentennial of the United States and to symbolize friendship between the two nations. It was dedicated on October 3, 1976, and declared Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 187 in 1978.”


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Wow this is awesome!



Aydin Palabiyikoglu

Thanks Melissa. I am glad you liked and asked for photograph. It is nice to see my photograph at Photofocus. Photofocus is a beautiful community with full of information for photographers


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