Here's a second shot of the restaurant that Issa and I photographed in Oman. Unlike yesterday's shot this isn't quite what it seems, as I'm sure you'll appreciate if you've taken a look at the original; i.e. it's a composite of two shots: one for the restaurant and petrol tanker, the other for the foreground.

The reason for this is part pilot error, part technical limitation of my 16-35mm lens, i.e. there should have been enough depth of field to get this in one shot but the building in the f/16 version was too soft. So, rather than go with a less than ideal foreground I decided that putting the two together was a better option.

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12.04pm on 21/11/12
Sony SLT-A99
Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 Carl Zeiss T*
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f/8.0 (& f/16.0 for foreground)
1/500
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100
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