As I mentioned last week, my next tutorial is on HDR (High Dynamic Range) images. As such I've spent quite a lot of my photographic time over the last week or so thinking about the various ways in which this technique can be used (or misused).

Anyway, I'm reasonably pleased with this one, but much prefer the one I'll be putting up tomorrow – both as a photograph in its own right and as an example of this technique.

As usual, I haven't included the EXIF data, as this was constructed from three bracketed exposures, but I can tell you that they were all shot at 24mm and f/5.6.

As always, let me know what you think.

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