Shot of the Day #39
Alice Springs lies very close to the centre of a Australia far from any major cities. It was originally only known for the small Telegraph Station used to relay messages across the Red Centre. The town is layed-out in almost perfect symmetry with ‘The Gap’, a natural break in the MacDonald Ranges. This panoramic view of Alice Springs was taken from on top of Anzac Hill and hand held (360° Degrees). I used a Circular Polariser and as you can see it is best when 90°Degrees to the Sun (Dark Blue region in the sky) :) !
- ISO 100
- F 11
- 1/80 secs
- 18 mm
- Sony a350
- 18-70mm (wide-angle) Lens – 360° Panorama!
- Total of 18 Photographs Stitched!
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