Back in 2014, when I was in the Netherlands for a business trip, I visited Utrecht, the fourth largest city. The Dom Tower, built in the 14th century is the tallest church tower in the country. The church was never completed and after a storm destroyed the unfinished nave in 1674, the tower is all that remains.
As I recall, it was quite windy as I shot this on tripod. Perhaps the canal and surrounding buildings acted as a wind tunnel. This photo is a three image HDR, blended and processed in my usual style. Back then, I used the Olympus E-PM2, a modest and compact camera but with an excellent sensor. I used the Panasonic 14mm f2.5 lens with the wide-angle adapter, which gave me a 22mm equivalent focal length.
Part of my Technicolor Collection, where I celebrate HDR photography.
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