Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community.

I took this photo from the Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York. Ive always wanted a shot of a skyline, so when I was in New York City going to the Brooklyn Bridge Park was a must. One of the best spots to to see the New York skyline. I was very happy and lucky, the weather had been very bad for many weeks before the day I took this photo. I used my NIKON D800 camera with an aperture at f/18.0, ISO 100 and exposure at 64/1. Philip Slotte
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May 17, 2014

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Mr Bennett Kent

Stunning LE work

Mr Bennett Kent

Stunning LE work

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