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How to Feel (the) Blue Without the Need of a Tripod: the Nikon 16-35 Mm f/4 VR

By Artborghi @artborghi

The long awaited Summer painted the city of Zurich with its finest blue.
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Can you feel the whispering of the couples walking in the streets of the old town?

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Do you hear the chatting of the restaurant guests from the outdoor tables?

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People and buildings and sky blend in these nights of forgotten dreams.

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The most beautiful time of the year, the longest blue nights did not come unseen:

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suck all the marrow out of these nights with greed.

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And in case you are just walking around with your camera but not with your tripod, the Nikon 16-35 mm f/4 VR on my D800 made an excellent job. Pictures all shot hand held with times down to 1/3 sec (!) Click to open them full size in a new tab.


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