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Christmas Morning - Moon Lit Street
Leicester
It was Christmas morning and me and a friend had been out for some drinks on Christmas eve. On the walk home we noticed how bright the moonlight was on the snow. So when we got home I popped in grabbed my camera and got this shot. It was taken at a 15 second exposure - f3.5 - ISO800.
Copyright: Rob antill
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Uploadet: 26/12/2010
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Tags: christmas; moon light; full moon; snow; uk
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