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Morning Reflection of A Building

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The morning light in winter can be very nice. This place is showing the architecture of our local main hospital which is on the way to my office. I go there often and here I wnted to find ho well the Leica Q can cover the whole range of light here. Very little in pp only a slight boost of the shadows was necessary.

 

 

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Morning light is always the bet, in winter it becomes magic. beautiful capture. well seen Iduna.

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I like this shot, the reflection.

Where is this hospital, reminds me of Pompidou or Lloyd's London with its mechanicals on the outside?

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