(Lisbon, Portugal)Chinese Pavilion — V of VIIIa series that commands full screen view
Moving on to the next room at Pavilhão Chinês
, we now reach the Planes Room
. And boy does this place have planes! Dozens of them, hanging from the ceiling in a permanent airborne dance. A true battle in the
This is the proper place to enjoy a Beer (making a pause in the hard liquor consumption of previous rooms, and cleansing the palate with live bubbly). Don’t like beer? Have a glass of Champagne
then: equally bubbly, equally fit to salute the aviators that surely must have piloted all those machines.
Be advised, you may get a sore neck from all the craning while at this room. Just saying.The image
Same process as the previous (and next) ones of the series. Same rationale, same sauce. Equivalent result (see, no madness here!). But then again, I used the same camera, and the same lens; so it’s only fair that the image would end up with the same weight (wait… what?!
).[Be responsible. Consume photography in moderation.]The tech stuff
Canon 7D + Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM @ ~10mm
Exposure: couple of seconds, between the brackets
Three brackets, 3EV around the 0 mark
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