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Posted by
Margie (Auckland, New Zealand) on 11 July 2008 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Dawn in suburban Auckland

NIKON D80 1/20 second F/9.0 ISO 125 52 mm (35mm equiv.)

Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.

zOOm from Paris, France

A splendi color scheme fot this sky... I like the title (a Pink Floyd title song from The Wall album).

11 Jul 2008 5:10am

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

What a beautiful sky. Love the colors.

11 Jul 2008 5:37am

Anthony Lambert from Bielefeld, Germany

Great early morning sky and nice silhouettes.Well done.

11 Jul 2008 6:26am

Observing from West Cheshire, United Kingdom

You got the sunrise..... and a beautiful one at that.

11 Jul 2008 8:36am

Betty from New Jersey, United States

Beautiful sky, great title! Well done!

11 Jul 2008 9:14am

António Pires from Lisbon, Portugal

Nice colours. And a sign of globalization: here, in the antipodes, we have TV aerials looking exactly the same.

11 Jul 2008 10:03am

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

Many antennas! This is a surprisingly 'vintage' shot, because they're getting seldom here, as they are replaced by cable or satellite dishes.

11 Jul 2008 11:15am

Cheryl from Texas, United States

LOL, nice title! lovely colors, the antennas actually give this some character

11 Jul 2008 2:35pm

Kelela from Upland, United States

Hey, beautiful sky! Nice silhouette of the antennas. Very good idea!

11 Jul 2008 6:19pm

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Very nice and original sunrise shot! I love the colours.

11 Jul 2008 8:54pm

pedro alexandre from loures, Portugal

great sunset, its not the nicest view, but there's lets face it, we still have tv with lots of chanels.

11 Jul 2008 10:42pm

SKHallisey from Montreal, Canada

great shot

25 Jul 2008 10:11pm

Denis from Martinique, Martinique

Nice shot, fine colours. I like it

26 Jul 2008 10:31pm

NIKON D80
1/20 second
F/9.0
ISO 125
52 mm (35mm equiv.)