Zurich at Sunset

Thanks again!

Several months ago I asked for recommendations about places to visit in Switzerland, so I wanted to thank you again for your input… it really helped us to have a great trip!

Daily Photo – Zurich at Sunset

We had a great evening in Zurich. We found a lovely little Italian food restaurant and everything was wonderful. Our meal finished just as sunset sprang upon us, so we had a nice walk through the city to find this spot to watch the sunset.

Zurich at Sunset We had a great evening in Zurich. We found a lovely little Italian food restaurant and everything was wonderful. Our meal finished just as sunset sprang upon us, so we had a nice walk through the city to find this spot to watch the sunset.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • Susan

    Oh wow! What a lovely scene – the water is beautiful – and that sunset…..perfect!

  • Water looks good but its normally very cold as they do have snow on the mountains all year round.Love the old style buildings in Switzerland, inside always homely. Nice pic

  • Nice to start my working day in Zurich with this nice picture! Cheers

  • Excellent picture, love the intense colors on the buildings.

  • Trevor

    What focal length were you using? Lots of geometric distortion along the edges – I could be wrong, but seems like more than usual for you.

  • Patrick Ahles

    Great shot, Trey! Lovely clouds.

  • Another beautiful photo Trey. Amazing clouds. What is your trick to making sure the sky is just right everywhere you go?

  • Beautiful sunset. Good you guys finished when you did. I find myself itching to catch the sunset when I am busy doing something else. I always try yo sneak out of wherever I am to capture it. Well done once again Trey!

  • Andy Bird

    What a cracking scene – once again the traditional buildings look amazing 🙂

  • Gail Moshier

    Beautiful photo, Trey. Thanks for sharing, have a great day 🙂

  • This is great Trey! Love the clouds and all the soft colors.

  • This is one of those photos that resonates with me because it combines so many elements I like. A path, leading lines, a vanishing point, warm & cool colors, not to mention a slice of life in a place far away from me. That’s a view I’d love to have outside my window.

  • Is it just me or are the buildings not very sharp? I don’t think this is a focus issue, possibly a slight shift between frames when shooting the HDR? Love the clouds, but the buildings are not very sharp and maybe a bit too dark. Just my two bits.

  • Darren N

    I love the photo… nice colors and composition. I have only one unsolicited critique and that would be the invisible (naturally) black hole at the horizon pulling all the buildings inwards. I’m curious, do you have a tilt shift lens? The ‘shift’ portion of the lens would keep the buildings standing absolutely vertical. Other than that small detail, nice job as always.

  • Thank you thank you….

    – Darren – no I don’t have one of those…

  • Darren, the only issue may be that there is no wide angle PC lens. Nikon’s widest is 24mm and this was shot at 14mm.

  • That sky is amazing! and I love the colour of the water…yet another great image…inspires me to get out and shoot more…

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