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!

  • http://none louis

    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

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/nonac_eos/ Nonac

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

  • http://lophot.com Simon

    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.

  • http://justshootingmemories.com Daryl Clark

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

  • http://catchthejiffy.com Adam Allegro

    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 :-)

  • http://timetotakepictures.blogspot.com Keith Moyer

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

  • http://williambeem.com William Beem

    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.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/kazinvan/ Mike

    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.

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Trey Ratcliff

    Thank you thank you….

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

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/kazinvan/ Mike

    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.

  • http://www.silver7photography.com Phil Stefans

    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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