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New York - Queensboro Bridge at night - 5 pcs

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New York City at night: our location Queensboro Bridge and a ride with the cable car to Roosevelt Island

 

Leica Q handheld

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18 hours ago, fotografr said:

All handheld? Impressive technique with beautiful results.

yes, handheld. We spent the day roaming and did not want to carry any stuff around. Therefore the Q is fantastic even at 3200 ISO here in these pictures.

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Love the colors!  #1 is my favorite.  Thanks for sharing!

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1 hour ago, FHPdoc said:

Love the colors!  #1 is my favorite.  Thanks for sharing!

Thanks for stopping by and your nice comment.

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