Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Posted by Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 22 July 2014 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

A night time b&w photo of the tallest building in the world - the Burj Khalifa in Dubai which is 2,722 ft high.

This photo was taken about 2 Km from the building but it is still difficult to get a true sense of just how big it is.

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Ian Smith from London, United Kingdom

An epic scene, captured beautifully. Wonderful composition, Ian.

22 Jul 2014 9:24am

Hans ter Horst from Dippach, Luxembourg

Lovely composition! Great work!

22 Jul 2014 10:23am

Sof from Neuchâtel, Switzerland

I like much your framing

22 Jul 2014 11:40am

Bruce from Tacoma, United States

Great photo. I like your use of the curve to bring the eye to the center

22 Jul 2014 3:33pm

Josep from Barcelona, Spain

Wonderful composition in a perfect B&W scene !

22 Jul 2014 7:32pm

Ellebasi from HOFSTADE, Belgium

superbe compo

22 Jul 2014 9:41pm

Harry from Apex, NC, United States

The sweep of the bridge forms a wonderful frame for the modern skyscrapers.

23 Jul 2014 2:01am

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

magnificent composition! i love the sweeping curve of the bridge!

23 Jul 2014 2:20am

Langevine from Angers, France

oh que j'adore la courbe

23 Jul 2014 8:27am

This image has been featured in 2 Remix collections.

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B&W Photography by Hoshisato

 

Nikon D800
120 second
F/5.6
ISO 100
35 mm (35mm equiv.)

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