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The Anglican Cathedral in fog

The Anglican Cathedral in fog

The other day it snowed and I raced over to Sefton Park in Liverpool to get some shots. By the time I had reached Liverpool it was incredibly foggy. Perfect I thought. I’ve been after a moody foggy shot of the Anglican Cathedral for a while now and I was glad that it was foggy. For this shot I again used Duotoning. I’m really finding it interesting. I don’t get why things happen, but its great for tweaking things that I wouldn’t normally be able to tweak.

Camera: Canon 30D // Focal Length: 24.0mm // Exposure Time: 1/2000 // Aperture: f/8.0 // ISO: 640 // Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8

6 comments on “The Anglican Cathedral in fog

  1. I love the etherial mystery about this shot. Well done.

  2. moody, I like it

  3. But for the title, I thought this was half-way up a mountain.

  4. wow! mysterious lights and fog! great atmosphere!

  5. It is ethereal as John says – it’s immense. as thought it’s from a graphic novel.

  6. very nice! :)

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