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Old Jul 9, 2014, 11:52 AM   #1
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Default Taken from a moving train through the window

I took these two photos last year exactly one year ago today while on the way home from York in the UK.

Both photos were taken through the train window while moving. I was impressed with the camera myself when I saw these as I didn't expect them to be so clear.

I haven't done anything to them at all, no levels nothing, straight out of the camera.

The first is of Durham Cathedral and the exif is F3.7 1/500 SEC ISO320 FL 27MM

The second is the Tyne Bridge - it is F.2.8 1/500 ISO250 FL 5MM
probably taken on Auto as it had been a long day.

This is why I thought taking photos in my own garden through a window would be ok - hope you see what I mean. I wanted to progress from auto which is why I asked for help and advice in my other thread.
Comments welcome as always. I am sure these photo would look much better is PP'd.
Thanks for looking.
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