Tuesday, 9 February 2010

A couple of photo's from last night

I had a spare half hour before jumping on the train to head home last night, and had brought my tripod with me in the hope that I'd have time to get some night time shots of Belfast in. So with 30 minutes on the clock and time ticking I went about taking a few pictures within the vicinity of Belfast Central Train Station.

The first three shots are of The Albert Bridge which crosses the River Lagan, and a couple of light trails from passing busses at just the right time, the last two being of a foot bridge that crosses the Lagan a bit further down the river. Obviously more than five images were taken but some were plain dog dirt, or suffering from extra glare caused by the UV filter/lens protector I had on at the start.

I've a couple idea's for pictures I want to get of Harland and Wolfe cranes, Samson and Goliath, the dual carriageway and the trains at Bridge End, but they can wait for another evening when I have a few more layers on, last night was pretty frosty!!







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Mac E said...

Great shots Keith, I can't decide which I like best but the 1st and last both stand out for me.

mcalisterium said...

I like the two B+W shots in particular. It's always good to get out with the camera, I need to give some low light photography a go again...

sbrt said...

Print em up and flog em to tourists

Cool photos as usual Kieth

Keith said...

Cheers Richard, I do like the last one quite a lot my self.

Hi Fraser, cheers mate, theres some nice pictures over on your blog. Sometimes everything looks better in B+W...

Cheers Steve, not a bad idea, I think the H&W shots might sell well if they come out any where as good as tehy look in my head!